34051 Waterloo station


34051 departs platform 11 Waterloo station on Jan 30th 1965 with Churchill funeral train driver Alf Hurley and fireman James Lester both based at 70a 9 elms shed. The white headboards were positioned in a letter v for victory. The loco was built at Brighton works in 1946 and retired in 1965 and is now preserved, it spent most of its working life at 72b Salisbury shed.

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