But oddly many withdrawn locos at Eastleigh survived the war due to a shortage of manpower to cut them up.
It was always going to be a non-starter for NZ; did they get one of the nameplates?
Though it seemed to work for the Canadians.
The point was why should it remain a mystery? - The company and individuals have long since ceased to be interested.
When 60008 was delivered to Southampton Docks for shipping to the USA, hauled by 35012, the representatives of the museum said they would like...
Contrived indeed but wonderfully so.
9792 wasn't scrapped until 1975.
Lode Star to The European Space Agency.
Caerphilly Castle to the British Cheese Board.
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