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Classes O/O1

O1 When first preserved O1 Class Nº65 was at the embryo Ashford Steam Centre, seen here on an open day at Easter 1970

photograph by Mike Morant

 
Another view of Nº65 at Ashford with Nº592 alongside. Both these locomotives are today on the Bluebell Railway

photograph by Mike Morant

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In June 1999, Nº65 was undergoing a fast-track restoration and is seen here inside the Bluebell's Engine Works.

photograph by Michael Taylor.

 
O1 Nº65 runs light engine from Sheffield Park to Horsted Keynes to pick up the Vintage Branch Line Train on Saturday, 16th September 2000.

photograph by Michael Taylor

 
Nº65 with the Bluebell's Vintage train on Saturday, 16th September 2000 climbing Freshfield Bank.

photograph by Michael Taylor.

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O1 Nº65 leaves Horsted Keynes Station and heads for Kingscote with the Bluebell's Vintage train on Saturday, 23rd September 2000.

photograph by Michael Taylor

 
A fine shot of the tender on SECR Nº65 pictured at Sheffield Park on 20th June 2003. Note how much narrower the tender body is, with its noticeable outside springs, when compared with that of the C Class tenders.

photograph by Colin Duff.

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O1 Nº65 working the vintage train north out of Horsted Keynes on 21st July 2001.

photograph by Colin Duff.

 
Nº65 running round its vintage branch line train at Sheffield Park on 21st July 2001.

photograph by Colin Duff.

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