RailPictures.Net Photo: 35028 Merchant Navy Locomotive Preservation Society Steam 4-6-2 at London, United Kingdom by Rhys Jennings
 
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Merchant Navy Locomotive Preservation Society (more..)
Steam 4-6-2 (more..)
Vauxhall Railway Station (more..)
London, United Kingdom (more..)
July 09, 2017
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
35028 (more..)
1Z67 (more..)
Rhys Jennings (more..)
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The 9th July 1967 was the final day for steam traction on the Southern region. To mark the 50th anniversary of the end of Southern steam, a number of mainline charters from London Waterloo and events at heritage railways on the old SR network have been held. One of the those was a re-run of the prestigious 'Bournemouth Belle', the premier Pullman service from Waterloo to Bournemouth. Fresh from a heavy general overhaul, ex-SR Merchant Navy class no.35028 'Clan Line' seen approaching Vauxhall shortly after departing Waterloo with 1Z67 09:52 'Bournemouth Belle' on 5th July 2017. The date is significant as this marked 50 years since the Belle was last steam hauled and the last of Clan Line under BR ownership.
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  ApertureFNumber  f/8.0
  Make  NIKON CORPORATION
  Model  NIKON D7200
  ExposureTime  10/6400
  ISOSpeedRatings  250
  Flash  16
  FocalLength  750/10



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