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2 edition of Nameplates of the southern locomotives. found in the catalog.

Nameplates of the southern locomotives.

Frank Burridge

Nameplates of the southern locomotives.

by Frank Burridge

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Published by Sydenham & co in Bournemouth .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • SouthernRailway.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination48p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14474511M

    Color laminated hardcover, x11, pages, b/w photos, index to owners' names, roster, bibliography. "Here is a thoroughly researched and well - illustrated book covering the more than 2, locomotives handled by the South's preeminent dealer in second - hand railroad rolling stock, the Southern Iron & Equipment Company of Atlanta, Georgia, during its more than 50 years of s: 2. Publishers of fine historical and operational studies of Southern Pacific routes, trains and equipment. Anthony Thompson, Robert Church and John Signor, all officers and/or members of the Society, are among the authors and editors of these fine publications. Paul Gibson‘s list of back-issue magazines and out-of-print books.

    Now considered a classic, this book is a thorough history of all the Southern Pacific's articulated locomotives, including the few classes that were of conventional design. The book opens with a clear explanation of the issues that gave rise to the need for a new design, why Mallets proved inadequate, and how the transition to "cab-forward" was Reviews: Home › BR Locomotives: 1 - Diesel and Electric Locomotives of the Southern Region. Ian Allan BR Locomotives: 1 - Diesel and Electric Locomotives of the Southern Region. Regular price £ Quantity. Add to Cart. Description Please be aware that advance orders will be sent as soon as the relevant book has been published.

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Nameplates of the southern locomotives by Frank Burridge Download PDF EPUB FB2

When the locomotives were withdrawn from service, BR presented their nameplates to the appropriate schools: A nameplate fromEton, is now displayed in the School of Mechanics within Eton College. A nameplate fromWinchester, is now displayed in the school's Design & Technology Centre, The Mill.

A nameplate fromCharterhouse, was displayed in Charterhouse School's museum until. Lists all of the Southern named locomotives at date of publication, with illustrations of sample nameplates for each class. Special attention paid to the new Bulleid Pacifics, with dimensioned drawings of plates, description of naming ceremonies, etc.

A most unusual publication. PREVIEW BELOW – MAY TAKE A WHILE TO LOAD. The SR Merchant Navy class is a type of steam locomotive, designed by Oliver Bulleid, that ran on the British Southern Railway network. All were built at the Southern Nameplates of the southern locomotives.

book Eastleigh following table sets out the names, numbers and other vital statistics of the locomotives. By this stage, the Southern Railway-built locomotives were re-liveried and renumbered from – The rebuilt locomotives were also in British Railways Brunswick green with orange and black lining, and crest on the tender side, whilst the nameplates were placed on a custom-made mounting on the running plate due to the absence of a flat Designer: Oliver Bulleid.

The Southern Railway considered naming the locomotives after victories of the Second World War, to the extent that a mocked-up nameplate River Plate was produced. In the event, when early successes for the British proved few and far between, the chairman of the Union Castle Line suggested naming them after shipping companies which had called at Builder: SR Eastleigh Works.

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