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10 000 was in action in 1954 and a shed view depicted an M7, a W. Somerset & Dorset 53807 arrived at Bournemouth Central on a rail tour for the Home Counties Association.

At this point Paul’s last slide of the half announced “It was time for tea! BIRMINGHAM NEW STREET: Back to 1955 and a Jubilee with a double chimney in the shape of 45742 ‘Connaught’ had charge of the “Midlander”.

A trip back in the time machine to Les’s student days in around Southampton we saw 30862 ‘Lord Collingwood’ leaving the docks.

Back to the edge of the Peak District saw us at Gowhole in snowy February 1968 with three locos on view – two 8Fs and a Black 5.

1957 and 17B’s 42896 was viewed, as was Coronation Class 46240 ‘City of Coventry’ and a 1961 view of 46125 ‘3 Carabinier’ with a Class 105 DMU in the picture for good measure.

More Scots in the shape of 46160 ‘Queen Victoria’s Rifleman’, (a loco shot), with 46169 again but this time on a short parcels train.

46157 ‘The Royal Artilleryman’ had the locals at Lancaster touching the tender.

60532 ‘Blue Peter’ and Class 24s were on view at St. LEEDS & BRADFORD: At Holbeck Shed in 1958, single and double chimney Black 5s 4477 were side by side for comparison. Time for a couple of interior round house shots featured five locos round the turn table, (1962) with six locos around the table in a 1963 view inside Holbeck.Lastly, a Trevor Owen master piece depicted an overall view of Kingmoor Shed.BOURNEMOUTH: Here we saw another unusual double-headed pairing in 1953 in the shape of 10202 and “U” 31623 and in the same year shots of a Black 5 and a V2 were on loan to the Southern whilst the Merchant Navy Class had checks on their axles.Paul amused us with lots of light-hearted quips and kept the audience on its toes by getting us to guess the year of some of the photographs.Mark Ratcliffe September - Chris Banks, "Engine sheds - Part 11: Stourbridge to Truro and many others in between" Once again it was time to welcome “Shed Master” Chris along with his son John with the penultimate show regarding former steam engine sheds. STOURBRIDGE: This was a single unit round house shed that opened in 1926 to replace a 4 road building. A shot of a Grange started the show off and 4147 with missing wheels was also illustrated.

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