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Back to articleOLD LNWR PHOTOGRAPHS – WHERE AND WHEN?
Part 3
HUDDERSFIELD, HILLHOUSE and LEEDS, COPLEY HILL

No.1152 ARAB  

Although the background of this photograph of No.1152 ARAB has been painted out, Harry can recognise some of the track as being the same as in other views of Copley Hill.


Crewe Goods Explain 'Crewe 2-4-0 Goods Locomotive Class' No.317 on the turntable Explain 'Turntable' with the wagon works and travelling crane in the background. When built in September 1853 it was named ANTELOPE. It was rebuilt in May 1870 and renumbered on the duplicate list Explain 'Duplicate List' as No.1961 in September 1880. It was scrapped in March 1885.

  No.1961 ANTELOPE

No.1877 PHOEBUS  

DX Goods Explain '‘DX’ 0-6-0 Locomotive Class', seen on the track just behind the turntable. The engine was built in May 1862 and originally named PHOEBUS. In April 1887 it was renumbered on the duplicate list as No.1877. It was sold to the Malines Terneuzen Railway in Belgium the following year becoming their No.12.


Crewe Goods No.72 standing on the turntable but viewed from the opposite side to the other views. It was built in April 1853 and named PHLEGETHON for a time.

  No.72 PHLEGETHON

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