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Rolling Stock Movements

Discussion in 'Heritage rolling Stock' started by bhallett, May 3, 2007.

  1. M59137

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    Two vehicles relocated from Churnet Valley Railway to North Norfolk Railway on 4th/5th February 2015:
    • Mark 1 BG 81114
    • Class 104 DMU 56182
     
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    Is it to provide a donor underframe as so many have before, or is it hoped to run in its own right?
     
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    nick813 Active Member Loco Owner

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    Hello,
    Donor according to FB.



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    nick813 Active Member Loco Owner

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    Hello,
    The 813 Funds 'container' which has been holidaying on the WSR for some time is due on the SVR.
    The container will be rebuilt!
    Was described by some as Kindling and many were happy to see it leave the WSR.
    May be a change of heart when rebuilt and repainted.
    Will upload a photo later today and add details.
    One less on the Dunster Linear scrapyard.
    Like all of the Funds vehicles funding is available .....

    Nick

    GWR 813
     
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    The container is a GWR BD Container 2276.
    The VCT Wagon survey is incorrect.
    Transport is being sort to remove it from the WSR...it is in poor shape !


    Nick
     
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    Mark 1 GUV W86500 and Class 104 DMU M59137 moved Churnet Valley - East lancs earlier this month (April).
     
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    Mark 1 SLO E48004 moved North Norfolk - Llangollen in March 2015.
     
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    flying scotsman123 Part of the furniture

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    Mk 1 TSO 4614 moved from Mid-Norfolk to GWSR this week, hopefully should only be a light refurbishment! Also should be having a couple of bogie sets from the ELR arriving soon.
     
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    Ballast Brake Van ("Crew Brake") DE 470819 has been loaned to the Mid- Suffolk Light Railway and moved from Mangapps to Brockford last week. The van, which resembles a mid 19th century "Parliamentary" carriage, is to cover a temporary shortage of passenger carrying vehicles and will remain at the M-SLR until the autumn.
     
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    Mk2A BFK M14060 left Peak Rail for pastures new yesterday
     
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    Jamessquared Resident of Nat Pres

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    Grampus 20T ballast and sleeper wagon DB985854 - http://www.ws.vintagecarriagestrust.org/ws/WagonInfo.asp?Ref=8737 and http://www.bluebell-railway.co.uk/bluebell/pic2/wagons/grampus985854.html

    Grampus 20T ballast and sleeper wagon DB988395 - http://www.ws.vintagecarriagestrust.org/ws/WagonInfo.asp?Ref=8738 and http://www.bluebell-railway.co.uk/bluebell/pic2/wagons/grampus988395.html

    Both wagons have been sold and moved from the Bluebell Railway to Bressingham, moving on directly after a period of hire to a film company off the railway.

    Tom
     
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    The GWR 813 Fund have completed purchase of

    GWR 68784 'Toad' Brake Van

    currently on the Avon Valley Railway, where it will remain.
    To be withdrawn from Traffic and an overhaul commenced as soon as possible.

    Nick

    GWR 813 Fund
     
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    Ribble Steam Railway have purchased ex SR Queen Mary Bogie Brake Van 56299 , previously at Peak Rail, it arrived at Preston on Thursday 5th May for restoration to provide occasional Brake Van rides.

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    Snooping around the East Somerset Railway las Sunday....
    GWR 35234 Brake van was no where to be found.
    Understand it was removed but to where?

    Nick
     
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    Not removed, I shunted it around yesterday!
     

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