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Class 33

Class 33/0 33023 at Clapham Junction during August 1990.

photograph by Ray Soper

33023
 
33202 Celebrity Crompton number two - 33202 The Burma Star seen at a Wimbledon depot open day, the loco by this time being in "Dutch" livery. This name was transferred in 1991 from the original carrier of it - 33056. 33056 was named The Burma Star when in 1980 it was used as one of the locos to haul Lord Mountbatten's funeral train from Waterloo to Romsey.

photograph: Jonathan Hall

 
Another 33 in green, but the Network SouthEast liveried 455 unit behind shows it is also not an original.  A preserved D6593 (33208) at London Bridge at the head of the "Capital Explorer" railtour in January 1999

photograph: Jonathan Hall

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33202 By 6 August 2000 33202 was looking rather worse for wear whilst on display at Old Oak Common depot.

photograph by Colin Duff

 
The current carrier of the Eastleigh name is the brightly coloured Fragonset owned 33021 seen here on display at Old Oak Common on 6th August 2000.

photograph by Colin Duff

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33021 Bogie and underframe detail on 33021. Time has taken its toll on the bodywork!

photograph by Colin Duff

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