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Background imageDiesel Collection: Drivers Ernie Simms and Brian Kervin on board diesel locomotive No. D7010

Drivers Ernie Simms and Brian Kervin on board diesel locomotive No. D7010
D7000 Hymek class locomotive

Background imageDiesel Collection: Livery diagram for a Class 52 Western locomotive in 1963

Livery diagram for a Class 52 Western locomotive in 1963
Livery diagram for a Class 52 Western locomotive, 1963 This drawing shows the experimental livery colour Golden Ochre. The colour was only applied to No

Background imageDiesel Collection: Class 52 Western Diesel Locomotive at Paddington Station

Class 52 Western Diesel Locomotive at Paddington Station
A view of a Class 52 Western Diesel Locomotive at Paddington Station, c.1960s, showing passengers on platform. The Westerns were built in the early 1960s at Swindon and Crewe

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D1053 Western Patriarch - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D1053 Western Patriarch - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 52 locomotive seen here outside Swindon Works

Background imageDiesel Collection: GWR diesel electric shunter No. 1, 1933

GWR diesel electric shunter No. 1, 1933
An early GWR diesel electric shunter No.1, bought from Fowler & Co in 1933

Background imageDiesel Collection: Jayne Clarke on No. 1023 Western Fusilier at Swindon Works, 1973

Jayne Clarke on No. 1023 Western Fusilier at Swindon Works, 1973
Swindon Works employee Jayne Clarke is the subject of this stylish photograph. Jayne started at the Works upon leaving school and worked her way up to the position of supervisor

Background imageDiesel Collection: Intercity 125 with St Michaels Mount

Intercity 125 with St Michaels Mount
A view of an Inter-city 125 nearing Penzance in Cornwall with St Michaels Mount in the background. Here the main line runs parallel with Long Rock Beach between Penzance and Marazion

Background imageDiesel Collection: A driver at the controls of a diesel locomotive in about 1980

A driver at the controls of a diesel locomotive in about 1980

Background imageDiesel Collection: Warship Class locomotive No. D800

Warship Class locomotive No. D800 hauling the Cornish Riviera Express near Saltash in 1958. The Loco is the first of the Class which ran with for a few weeks whilst on test

Background imageDiesel Collection: A Class 120 diesel multiple unit undergoing repair in 19 Shop at Swindon Works in about 1980

A Class 120 diesel multiple unit undergoing repair in 19 Shop at Swindon Works in about 1980
A Class 120 diesel multiple unit undergoing repair in 19 Shop at British Rail Engineering Ltd workshops at Swindon in about 1980

Background imageDiesel Collection: Class 35 Hymek Locomotive No. D7067 with pristine livery in about 1966

Class 35 Hymek Locomotive No. D7067 with pristine livery in about 1966. These Type 3 Diesel Hydraulic locomotives operated on the Western Region

Background imageDiesel Collection: HST Class 253 locomotive No. 041 at Platform 1, Paddington Station in the 1980s

HST Class 253 locomotive No. 041 at Platform 1, Paddington Station in the 1980s
High Speed Train (HST) Class 253 locomotive No. 041 waiting at Platform 1, Paddington Station in the 1980s. The Intercity 125 HST was introduced in 1976 and was built by British Rail Engineering Ltd

Background imageDiesel Collection: Class 52 Western Locomotive No. D1000 Western Enterprise

Class 52 Western Locomotive No. D1000 Western Enterprise, the first Western to be built at Swindon Works. Type 4 diesel hydraulic locomotives built at Swindon Works and Crewe Works between 1961

Background imageDiesel Collection: Class 55 Deltic Locomotive No. 55015 at Barry Open Day in 1990

Class 55 Deltic Locomotive No. 55015 at Barry Open Day in 1990. Built by English Electric in 1961 and 1962. Despite only 22 of this class being built

Background imageDiesel Collection: Class 42 Warship Locomotive No. D830 Majestic refuelling plant at Swindon Works

Class 42 Warship Locomotive No. D830 Majestic refuelling plant at Swindon Works
Class 42 Warship Locomotive No. D830 Majestic at the fuelling plant in Swindon. A diesel hydraulic engine type built at Swindon Works between 1958 and 1961

Background imageDiesel Collection: Class 31 diesel locomotive No. 5583, built in 1960

Class 31 diesel locomotive No. 5583, built in 1960
Class 31 locomotive No. 5583 was built by Brush Traction and entered service in January 1960

Background imageDiesel Collection: King George V and an Intercity 125 at Paddington Station, 1971

King George V and an Intercity 125 at Paddington Station, 1971
An image where two eras of the railway meet; the King George V locomotive and an Intercity 125 are seen here at Paddington Station, London in 1971

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D1000 Western Enterprise - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D1000 Western Enterprise - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 52 locomotive built by BREL Swindon

Background imageDiesel Collection: Class 52 Western Locomotive No. D1000 Western Enterprise

Class 52 Western Locomotive No. D1000 Western Enterprise, the first Western to be built at Swindon Works. Type 4 diesel hydraulic locomotives built at Swindon Works and Crewe Works between 1961

Background imageDiesel Collection: Diesel Railcar No 1 undergoing work in A Shop at Swindon Works

Diesel Railcar No 1 undergoing work in A Shop at Swindon Works in the 1930s

Background imageDiesel Collection: Class 37 Diesel Locomotive No. D6882 at Bristol Temple Meads, 1960s

Class 37 Diesel Locomotive No. D6882 at Bristol Temple Meads, 1960s
Class 37 Diesel Locomotive No. D6882 at Bristol Temple Meads in the early 1960s. Also known as the English Electric Type 3

Background imageDiesel Collection: The drivers cab of Class 122 Diesel Car W55000 in 1958

The drivers cab of Class 122 Diesel Car W55000 in 1958
The modern controls in the cab of Class 122 Diesel Car W55000 built by the Gloucester Railway Carriage & Wagon Co. in 1958

Background imageDiesel Collection: LMS locomotive No. 10000 in British Rail livery in about 1950

LMS locomotive No. 10000 in British Rail livery in about 1950
LMS locomotive No.10000 in British Rail livery in about 1950

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D1035 Western Yeoman - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D1035 Western Yeoman - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 52 locomotive seen here in newly built condition

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D813 Diadem - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D813 Diadem - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 42, built by Swindon Works

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D801 Vanguard - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D801 Vanguard - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 42, built by North British. Seen here near Ashley Hill, Bristol

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D601 Ark Royal - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D601 Ark Royal - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 41, built by North British

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D600 Active - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D600 Active - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 41, built by North British

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D600 Active - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D600 Active - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 41, built by North British

Background imageDiesel Collection: Penzance Station, Cornwall, c. 1960

Penzance Station, Cornwall, c. 1960
A view of Penzance station, Cornwall in c.1960, showing the Warship diesel locomotive No.D604, Cossack, sitting alongside Castle Class locomotive, No.7006, Lydford Castle

Background imageDiesel Collection: D865 Diesel Warship Class Locomotive, Zealous

D865 Diesel Warship Class Locomotive, Zealous
Class 42

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D601 Ark Royal - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D601 Ark Royal - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 41, built by North British. Seen here leaving Paddington in August 1958

Background imageDiesel Collection: No D600 Active - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D600 Active - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
Class 41, built by North British


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