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4160 BEING LOADED AT LLANGOLLEN WORKS, NORTH WALES.  

The above 7 photographs are reproduced by kind permission of Mick Prior. all taken at Llangollen 

4160 ARRIVES AT  BUCKFASTLEIGHT IN SOUTH DEVON

Photograph by kind permission of Steve Trenouth
Photograph supplied by Steve Trenouth
Photograph supplied by SDR
Photographs supplied by Steve Trenouth

"It was taken with an old Bellows Sterling11 Camera--Wide Angle Lens.

 

Location--on the Taff Vale railway--4160 is steaming through Ystrad Rhondda--on a slight incline--between Llwynypia station and on the up-line to Ystrad Rhondda station. Circa 1960. Probably in January on a  misty, damp, dank gloomy day.  It is the Barry Island-Cardiff- to Treherbert hourly service probably around 15.00 hrs which is also used as the suburban commuter train service to and from Cardiff .

 

I took it as a youngster of about 13 yrs of age--4160 used to speed past our house pulling suburban red carriages--Treherbert to Barry Island service ---circa 1960." 

Reproduced by kind permission of Wayne Morris

Seven photgraphs below, supplied by kind permission of Mick Prior, a shareholder, showing the boiler rebuild.   Foundation ring rivited in also tubes being installed.

September 2018

A wider shot at Horton Road showing 4080, 4160 and 5637 on their way to Tysley, nearly 40 years go

Reproduced by kind permission of Malcolm Mitchell

4160 on its way from Gloucester to Tysley for its first restoration in preservation

Reproduced by kind permission of Malcolm Mitchell

reproduced by courtsey of David Williams

Photograph of 4160 at Roebuck Crossing

Reproduced by kind permission of Thomas Guppy

Photograph  of 4160  at Crowcombe

Redproduced by kind permission of Thomas Guppy

A photograph of 4160  after it was purchased by the Plym Valley railway group on the old Millbay Station site in Plymouth taken in 1981 outside the Duke of Cornwall Hotel.     4160 was put on display for publicity purposes for nearly a year  then moved to the Marsh Mills site to begin restoration.     We understand that the  Millbay Station originally had broad gauge track.

Reproduced by kind permission of June Lloyd and supplied to us by Clif Bancroft

Taken on 16th September 2007

The above three photographes are reproduced by kind permission of Lewis Bevan

4160 taken on 18th May 1965 near Alvington

Preproduced by kind permission of Steve Richards

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