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ADD718 Urie N15 class 4-6-0 740 (Eastleigh 1919) at Bournemouth West, c. 1920. Right front view. *
ADD719 Adams T1 class 0-4-4T 10 (Nine Elms 1894). In Drummond livery, c. 1900. Left side front view with the back of a Beattie tender on the left and Stevenson Clarke dumb buffered coal wagon 4415 on the right. *
ADD720 Adams T1 class 0-4-4T 8 (Nine Elms 1894) at Nine Elms c. 1920. Loco is as built, retaining its stovepipe chimney, but in Urie livery. *
ADD721 Shanks 0-4-0ST 109 SOUTHAMPTON. One of three locos built by Alexander Shanks of Arbroath 1876-9 and bought by thre LSWR for working the ?tramway? from Southampton Town station to the Royal Pier. On a passenger train on the Royal Pier, Southampton, in 1911. Photographed from the pier at the landward end of the platform. Right hand front view of the loco, running bunker first, coupled to a sliding door bk 3rd coach, with both near and far side sliding doors open. *
ADD722 Drummond 700 class 0-6-0 697 (D?bs 3520 of 1897). Left side front view from above. Loco is in Urie condition, with later tender springs, but still saturated and without smokebox door dogs. Standing in the down refuge siding at New Milton c. 1921. *
ADD723 Drummond 700 class 0-6-0 (D?bs 1897). Left front ? view at a coaling stage (Nine Elms?). Loco is in Urie condition, but still saturated. G6 0-6-0T behind. *
ADD724 Adams 395 class 0-6-0 101 (Neilson 3459 of 1885) Left front view at Strawberry Hill shed c. 1920, *
ADD725 Drummond T7 class 4-2-2-0 720, left hand side view of loco only at Salisbury. Loco has wide cab and splashers with single slidebars, so photo is between July 1900 and April1902. *
ADD726 Drummond L11 class 4-4-0 at Bournemouth Central. Right hand front view from ground level. Loco is in Urie condition, with feed clacks on boiler side and later tender springs. Part of the Bounemouth Central tool van visible on right. *
ADD727 Drummond T9 class 4-4-0 715 (D?bs 3759 of 1899) at Eastleigh. Left side front view. Loco is in Urie livery with clacks on boiler side and smokebox door dogs, but retains its cross water tubes. c. 1920. *