Vote A) BR blue (SYWP)
Vote A) BR blue (SYWP)
An interesting and rare transition-era livery, dating from the late-1960s and featuring pre-TOPs numbering on a blue locomotive. It is understood that only two locomotives gained this colour scheme.
Detail combination: Production body, Front end doors, Later exhaust, Boiler fitted, Solebar fairings, SKF axleboxes.
Running number example(s): D5021, D5026
Notes/Period: These two locomotives were amongst the large allocation belonging to the London Midland Region’s Stoke-on-trent Division which also encompassed Crewe and provided traction throughout the North West.
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Vote F) BR green (full yellow ends/TOPS)
Vote F) BR green (full yellow ends/TOPS)
The early 1970s presented the occasional incongruous mix of colours and lettering styles. This is an example of a locomotive that avoided the blue paint tin long enough to get yellow ends and TOPS numbers.
Detail combination: Production body, Front end doors, Later exhaust, Boiler fitted, Exposed solebars, SKF axleboxes.
Running number example(s): 24090, 24092
Notes/Period: The suggested locos were allocated to Glasgow Eastfield and Crewe Diesel during the period.
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Vote G) BR green (Headcode box, Highland)
Vote G) BR green (Headcode box, Highland)
The final development of the Class 24s with headcode box. Standard green colour scheme with small yellow panels. Working twin headlights as fitted for rock-fall advanced warning.
Detail combination: Headcode box, Production body, Strip-sealed front end doors, Later exhaust, Boiler fitted, Exposed solebars, SKF axleboxes.
Running number example(s): TBC. D5128, D5132
Notes/Period: As allocated to Inverness shed in the mid/late-1960s and used on the Kyle and Far North lines as well as the Highland main line (often double-headed).
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Vote H) BR blue (Headcode box, Highland)
Vote H) BR blue (Headcode box, Highland)
The final development of the Class 24s with headcode box. Corporate BR blue but retaining original numbering. Working twin headlights as fitted for rock-fall advanced warning.
Detail combination: Headcode box, Production body, Strip-sealed front end doors, Later exhaust, Boiler fitted, Exposed solebars, SKF axleboxes.
Running number example(s): TBC. 5118, D5131
Notes/Period: As allocated to Inverness shed in the early-1970s and used on the Kyle and Far North lines as well as the Highland main line (often double-headed).
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