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ADD526 Platform view of Swanage station looking North. Adams 4-4-2T 431 (R. Stephenson 2505 of 1883) is arriving on a passenger train of 4- or 6-wheeled coaches. Shows details of large wheeled platform barrows, station seat, nameboard and lamp. A train of 48 ft bogie stock is standing in the run round loop. *
ADD527 Tender end photo of Drummond G14 4-6-0 455 (1908) at Nine Elms, probably c. 1910. Rear of tender cut off, but the photo shows the curved top tank and filler of the 4500gallon tender. ?Not to Go? chalked on the cab side. *
ADD700 Adams 135 class 4-4-0 146 (Beyer Peacock 1959 of 1881). Left Hand side view, Beyer Peacock Works Photo in photo grey livery. *
ADD701 318 class 4-4-0T 320 (Beyer Peacock 1356 of 1875). Beyer Peacock Metropolitan type, initially used on the Exeter - Plymouth line. Right Hand Rear view at Nine Elms after transfer to the duplicate list in 1900. *
ADD702 Superheated Drummond D15 class 4-4-0 466 Built Eastleigh 1912, Superheated 1916. Heading a through train from Bournemouth to the North via Basingstoke and Reading, probably the Bournemouth - Birkenhead train; the first four coaches are GWR. Loco is carrying headlamps, not discs. Approaching Hinton Admiral c. 1920. *
ADD703 Drummond T9 class 4-4-0 arriving at Southampton West on an up train. Loco is one of the first Nine Elms series without cross water tubes (Locos 113-122, 280-289 of 1899-1900), and has a bogie tender(added 1902-1907). Train of 48/50 ft non-corridor coaches, probably c. 1905. *
ADD704 Drummond T7 4-2-2-0 720 (Nine Elms 1897) passing Winchester Junction on an up train, photographed from the up side of the line with the signalbox roof visible above the tender. Loco has wide cab and splashers but still has the original boiler, dating it to between 1900 and 1903. Train consists of a 30 ft arc roofed passenger brake van with roof lookout, followed by two 48 ft non corridor coaches and a 4? set of 30 ft van and 4 non-corridors. *
ADD705 Drummond T7 class 4-2-2-0 720 (Nine Elms1897) at Waterloo, right front view. Loco is largely as built, but in standard LSWR livery, before fitting wide cab in 1900. Speed recorder on front platform. *
ADD706 Adams T1 class 0-4-4T 2 (Nine Elms 1894) leaving Mortlake on a Shepperton - Waterloo train consisting of two 4-car Bogie Block sets. Photo taken from the footbridge about 200 yards on the Barnes side of Mortlake station. Conductor rail for the 1916 electrification is installed but not yet in use. One of a large series of photos (see ADD5xx numbers) mostly dated June 1914. *
ADD707 View looking South from the overbridge at Gunnersbury station, with Richmond line to the left and line to Chiswick Junction to the right of Gunnersbury West signalbox, 1902. *