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Rolling Stock For Sale

Discussion in 'Heritage Rolling Stock' started by steamwife, Dec 18, 2007.

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    I thought the saloon chassis was supposed to be going to the Swindon & Cricklade
     
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    Swindon and Cricklade sold it to Cambrian heritage railway I was told by tanat Valley light railway
     
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    I've still never seen a full list of where everything rail wise from the previous batch of proposed de-accessions actually went and I would have thought that would have been a requirement of the de-accession process.

    I am aware of something non-rail related held by the Science Museum Group apparently finally being de-accessioned by them after 25-30 years of trying to extract it from there, so an independent proposal to them sometimes works as well if you are a Registered Museum and they hold something not on public display that fits with your collecting policy.
     
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    I believe the Oyster brake remained at Embsay, as for the rest, not entirely sure. More often than not, however, stock that is based at a Railway is usually earmarked to go to that very same railway, but has to go through this public process regardless.
     
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