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Watford Tank No.29 at Euston

Watford Tank No.29 at Euston, probably not long after it was built in August 1899. To the right can be seen a Special Tank and between them a large pile of what looks like sand, ready for the winter perhaps?
(Gordon Tidy No.8645)

An unidentified Watford Tank doing what they became renowned for, Euston to Watford suburban services. The train is comprised of seven close-coupled 32ft six wheelers and the location is near Hatch End in 1908.
(L&GRP 9340)

  An unidentified Watford Tank

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