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Railfest 2004
Part 1
Friday, 28th May, 2004

Part 1
31271 Stratford TMD 1840 - 200131271 complete with cast Stratford TMD Cockney Sparrow plate
67019 67019
66200 The EWS staff were busy cleaning the locomotives and repainting the buffers silver. 66200 was recently repainted by EWS Toton paint shop and looked better than new.
47000 D1478Another recent repaint D1478, sadly tucked right at the back of the modern traction area
171802 New Southern 4 car 171802
20000 D8000For the first part of the morning English Electric Class 20 D8000 did the shunting of stock and locomotives
00000 3090
27000 EM2EM2 27000
62005 Lord of the IslesSteam kettle thingy 62005 Lord of the Isles
84001 The AC locomotive groups 84001
00000 Bo Bo colliery shunter
55009 AlycidonThe Deltic Preservation Societies D9009 (55019) Alycidon looked superb after her fresh repaint and cosmetic overhaul.
55009 AlycidonHowever D9009 was tucked away at the side of the exhibition behind the swings and roundabouts. Not really a prime place for this marvellous piece of ECML heritage
67019 67019 and 66200
66200 67019 and 66200
47798 Prince William47798 "Prince William" was officially donated to the national collection by EWS. The duties it once performed for the Royal Train now being handled by class 67s
00000 More of the Steam exhibits
00000 To the south of the site the Jarvis PW depot was busy going about its own business
20000 D800A chopper and a chopper!
00000 One of the first things to arrive for the modern traction arena was the GNER MKIV refurbished "Mallard" coach seen here sandwiched between barrier vehicles
373313 And UK speed record smashing Eurostar Power Car 3313
373313 UK speed record smashing Eurostar Power Car 3313
67015 The convoy arrived from Bounds Green behind 67015
373313 Eurostar 373313 power car
006353 GNER Barrier vehicle 6353

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