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BR Clayton Diesel Class 17 No. Unknown Inside Thornaby Shed Roundhouse 1965

BR Clayton Diesel Class 17 No. Unknown Inside Thornaby Shed Roundhouse 1965 - Low Resolution Image

BR Clayton Diesel Class 17 No. unknown inside Thornaby Shed 51L roundhouse on Easter Sunday 18th April 1965.

The quintessential Sixties schoolboy trainspotter in his school uniform of peaked school cap, shirt, tie, pullover, blazer, short trousers and knee socks, poses for a photo in front of the locomotive. Although being slowly phased out, shorts and caps were items of school uniform common at this time.

Date Photo Taken 18/04/1965
Date Uploaded 22/06/2013
Image Owner/Copyright Howie Milburn
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dave matthews said on the 21/12/2014:
Who was this chap? What happened to John Walker of bobble hat fame? Where is Howie Milburn,last i heard he was living in Bath. You have braught back some great memories especially of the trips to the north east. It would be nice to here from you. The very best for xmas and the new year. ************** Hi Dave, I have been trying to trace you for a few years and it now seems I have finally found you! The chap is someone you know well! Don't know what happened to Johnny Walker. Geoff Hampsher has not seen him in Carlisle in over 40 years. Well, if you havn't guessed who this is... it's me Howie Milburn. I will email you....

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