Picture 3-1 Jim Scott suggests South Ruislip but is puzzled by the lack of any buildings or canopy on what would be the underground side of the fence.
Picture 3-2 A “Dub-Dee” on iron ore hoppers – enough here to identify the location?
Picture 3-3 Thank you Richard Walker for identifying Datchet. If we could make out the headboard, we could identify the special and hence the date.
Picture 3-4 A North Eastern Railway coaling stage – does anyone know it?
Picture 3-5 A distinctive piece of architecture perhaps?
Picture 3-6 We suspect this might be in the Lichfield area.
Picture 3-7 It’s ex-GWR and it’s on a canal. That must narrow it down a bit!
Picture 3-8 This might be Fleetwood shed, but confirmation would be nice:
Picture 3-9 Niall Fergusson (HMRS Caledonian Railway Steward) confirms Bevan Price’s thought that this is a Caledonian 782 class 0-6-0T fitted with a stovepipe chimney. Mike Morant suggests Kingmoor, Carlisle, as several were located there, and Niall mentions that some 439 class 0-4-4Ts went to the Chesterfield area in the 1950s, and this could be true of the 782 class locos. (It looks like a Markham Colliery PO wagon in the background.)
Picture 3-10 Nice bridge – taken from a brake van possibly?
Picture 3-11 As could this:
Picture 3-12 A junction and road bridge ahead.