The Railways of North Wales - Changing trains: page 20

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Class 47 passenger miscellany - page 1

47196 "Haliotidae", in Chester yard, 15th July 1989.  This loco was one of the Crewe based fleet which were normally used on oil trains from Shell UK at Stanlow.

Already history: Virgin's 47711 "County of Hertfordshire", at Chester, 6th of June 1999.

47471 "Norman Tunna, G.C.", at Chester, 1st of April 1996.

47588 "Carlisle Currock", passes Chester locks, 12th April 1990.

With Moel Fammau in the background, 47457 "Ben Line" leaves Chester on the 12th of April 1990.

47540 at Mold Junction, 21st of April 1984.

47435 passes Mold Junction yard, 21st of April 1984.  By this date the yard was only used for engineering trains.

47571 passes under the gantry at Sandycroft, 14th of June 1988.  This gantry was later acquired by the East Lancashire Railway and is presently in a dismantled state at Bury, awaiting modification and rebuilding for use on the curve onto the Heywood line. 

47615 "Castell Caerffili/Caerphilly Castle", Shotton low level, 8th of September 1990.

47423, on a typical mismatched rake of the period, nears Shotton on the 8th of September 1990.

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