The Railways of North Wales - Changing trains: page 22

Class 47 passenger miscellany - page 3

47572 "Ely Cathedral" passes Talacre box on the 2nd of March 1988.  The class 20's in the top left of the photo are about to bring a loaded coal train out of Point of Ayr colliery sidings.

47847 "Brian Morrison" near Gronant on a Euston service, 20 05 2002.

47424 on test from Crewe works is seen piloting 47607 "Royal Worcester" at Gronant on a Crewe to Holyhead service, 04 03 1987.

47108 "Golden Eagle" deputising for a DMU leaves Prestatyn on a Manchester service,  September 1st 1990

47428 on an excursion for Llandudno nears Prestatyn,  28th of April 1984.

47237, with newly painted Regional Railways stock, nears Prestatyn, 10 8 1991.

The passengers are in for a chilly ride as no-heat 47102 leaves Prestatyn on a Scarborough service, 15-11-1984.

47522 "Doncaster Enterprise", in Parcels Sector livery, leaves Prestatyn,  6th of August 1986.

47401 was the first of the class and originally numbered D1500.  This loco entered traffic in September 1962.  Photo taken at Prestatyn, 29th June 1988.

47974 "The Permanent Way Institution"  16 04 1992

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