Engineman oiling class 2-6-2T 'large prairie' locomotive

A driver oiling the piston rods of'5101' class 2-6-2T 'large prairie' locomotive No 4144 built in 1946 in early British Railways livery at Didcot Railway Centre a working heritage rail museum Based around the original Great Western Railway Engine Shed built in 1932, the centre also features a Coal Stage, a working 70 foot turntable, and modern locomotive works, among many fascinating buildings including the Great Western Trust museum.
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Engineman oiling class 2-6-2T 'large prairie' locomotive

Engineman oiling class 2-6-2T 'large prairie' locomotive
A driver oiling the piston rods of'5101' class 2-6-2T 'large prairie' locomotive No 4144 built in 1946 in early British Railways livery at Didcot Railway Centre a working heritage rail museum Based around the original Great Western Railway Engine Shed built in 1932, the centre also features a Coal Stage, a working 70 foot turntable, and modern locomotive works, among many fascinating buildings including the Great Western Trust museum.
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PE 2652
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