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BR/LMS Stanier Princess Class No. 46200 at Carlisle Upperby Shed 1963

BR/LMS Stanier Princess Class No. 46200 at Carlisle Upperby Shed 1963 - Low Resolution Image

Withdrawn BR/LMS Stanier Princess Class 4-6-2 Pacific No. 46200 'The Princess Royal' at Carlisle Upperby Kingmoor in August 1963. The loco had been stored at 68A Kingmoor shed and was moved to 12A Upperby shed on 9th June 1963. 46200 was to be stored at Upperby, out of use for a further 2 Years, moving from this location to outside the stores shed in late 1963. 46200 was built at Crewe Works in July 1933 had been withdrawn from 68A Carlisle Kingmoor shed in November 1962 and was eventually cut up by Connels, Coatbridge in October 1964

Three trainspotters can be seen in the locos cab; Geoff Hamsher, John Walker and Laurance ???.

Date Photo Taken 08/1963
Date Uploaded 27/06/2014
Image Owner/Copyright Howie Milburn
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Steam Loco Information for BR/LMS Stanier Princess Class No. 46200 at Carlisle Upperby Shed 1963 - Low Resolution Image

Steam Loco Class Information for BR/LMS Stanier Princess Class No. 46200 at Carlisle Upperby Shed 1963 - Low Resolution Image


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