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ADH000 Stereoscopic photograph by G.W.Wilson of Windsor Castle, seen across the river in about 1870. A line of 10 dumb buffered coal wagons fill the middle ground. The first six are TS&C Parry North London Railway, then two Clay Cross, a Davey ?? and a 2-plank wagon. *
ADH001 Stereoscopic photograph by T. Vanstone of Tavistock station, looking North. Footbridge with station canopies beyond. c. 1900. *
ADH002 Beattie Vesuvius class 6? 6? 2-4-0 of the 1873 series with rectangular splashers and Stirling style cab. Left side view, no number visible as it was only on the buffer beams. Loco as built, at Nine Elms. *
ADH003 Drummond S11 class 4-4-0 395 (Nine Elms 1903), West of Seaton Junction on a down express. 44 ft bogie luggage brake followed by 48 ft non corridor stock. *
ADH004 Adams A12 class 0-4-2T 642 (Neilson 4541, 1893) passing Northam loco shed in about 1900 on a down freight. Wooden post bracket signal, but with arms only on the right hand of three dolls, on the left. *
ADH005 Two down trains approaching Wimbledon in the 1890s. Adams T6 4-4-0 (Nine Elms 1896)on a West of England express and Adams 4-4-2T 106 (R. Stephenson 2606, 1885)on a Hampton Court train. Arc roofed 4-, 6- and 8-wheeled coaches in siding on the left. *
ADH006 Drummond T9 class 4-4-0 715 (D?bs 3759 of 1899) on a Waterloo - Southampton West non-stop train of 48 ft non corridor stock, c. 1900. Location not identified. *
ADH007 Clapham Junction, looking North from the road overbridge in about 1890. LB&SCR lines in the centre with LSWR main lines to the left and WLER (mixed gauge) on the right. *
ADH008 Adams A12 class 0-4-2T 637 (Neilson 4536, 1893). Front left hand view of loco only, in Drummond livery, at Nine Elms c. 1905. *
ADH009 Adams A12 class 0-4-2 555 (Nine Elms 1889). Right hand view in Adams livery, lettered LSWR and dual braked (1892). At Nine Elms, October 1893. *