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Pannier Tank 9682

Discussion in 'Steam Traction' started by 61624, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. Jamessquared

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    Just a shame 35026 didn’t make it into preservation ...

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  2. torgormaig

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    Have these four Manors actually appeared together yet in preservation? That said I do not think that all four A4s appeared together as consecutively numbered locos either. I have photos of 60008/09/10 lined up at Shildon when the trans-atlantic duo first arrived. I also have photos of 60007/8/9 together at the Great Gathering, but by this time 60010 had reverted back to being 4489.

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    That was Swindon for you, no point carrying out unnecessary renumbering with proper cast numberplates on the cabsides.....;)
     
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    7819 last steamed in 1994 and 7820 first steamed in preservation in 1995, so no.
     
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    I’m still looking forward to seeing U class 1638 and Pannier 1638 running together to really confuse a roster clerk...!


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    Always think a good one would be 60163, 61306 and 63601, you’d have to really proof-read those loco workings!
     
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    You could throw 60103 in that mix for good measure too.

    Peter
     
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    God knows 60103 is a right mix..
     
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    2x1638,2x1501,2x73129 and 46512,46521 for good measure.
     
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    Be great if Pannier 1638 went to the DFR for a visit when 9681 & 9682 are in traffic. 10 16xx's were based at Lydney so would be great to get the only remainer back on the line!
     
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    Has 9682 left Southall yet?
     
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    I recieved the latest DFR society magazine the other day and it is still there but being prepared for transportation (not due date was given).
     

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