|Nº30587 being passed by O2 class
Nº30199 at Boscarne Junction on 7th September 1961.
photograph reproduced with kind permission of Joanes Publications
|One of the two surviving well tanks, Nº30587, in the former
Pullman Car Shop at Preston Park where, along with other steam locomotives and
rolling stock in the National Collection, she was stored for a number of years.
With a 2-Bil motor coach in the background for company, Nº30587 still carries
her final BR livery.
photograph by Eric Beadle, courtesy of Glen Woods
|...and as Nº3298, pictured when a cosmetically restored static
display at Buckfastleigh on the South Devon Railway.
photograph by Jonathan Hall
|Following restoration in 2003, Nº30587 was a proud participant
at Railfest, celebrating the two hundredth anniversary of the first steam
railway locomotive, in York during 2004.
photograph by Adam Warr
|Boiler backhead detail, photographed whilst at York. It is
interesting to compare the interior of this vintage steam loco with much later
locos. The technology mostly remains the same!
photograph by Colin Duff
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