Royal Signals – Bristol Temple Meads


Bristol Temple Meads Station, the engine is a Patriot class 4-6-0 named the Royal Signals, built in 1933. This class of engine were commonly called baby Scots. The scene is from around the period of the 50’s. Shedded at Bristol Barrow rd.

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