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ADF331 SR Urie Ex LSWR G16 class 4-8-0T E492 (Eastleigh 1921). Right Broadside photo, same as ADF310, but without the crew in the cab. *
ADF330 SR Drummond ex LSWR M7 class 0-4-4T E49 (Nine Elms 1905). Broadside left side at Nine Elms in the 1920s. *
ADF329 SR Wainwright ex SE&CR L class 4-4-0 A762 (Beyer Peacock 5836, 1914). Left front view in early SR days with Southern lettering and SE&CR plate on cab. *
ADF328 SR Maunsell N class 2-6-0 A847 (Woolwich/Ashford 1925). As built, with no smoke deflectors and footstep on motion bracket. *
ADF327 Locomotives on Eastleigh? shed, probably about 1945-8. On the left is an Adams Jubilee 0-4-2 of the 1892-95 series. Behind this are a Urie 4-6-0, the newly painted tender of a Bulleid MN 4-6-2 and one of the 330 series H15s. On the right are another Jubilee and an Adams 395 class 0-6-0. *
ADF326 SR Ex LSWR Drummond F9 class 4-2-4T inspection saloon 58S. Built Nine Elms 1899 as Drummond?s personal transport. Renumbered 58S in 1924. Left broadside photo between 1924 and 1933. The loco portion still has Drummond double lining, but with no lettering apart from the number 58S on the saloon. *
ADF325 SR Billinton Ex LB&SCR B4 4-4-0 B44 (Brighton 19xx). Left front view in Southern livery in the 1920s. *
ADF324 SR Marsh Ex LB&SCR H2 class 4-4-2 B422 (Brighton 1911). Left front view, between getting Southern livery in May 1924 and naming (Noth Foreland) in June 1925. *
ADF323 Ex LB&SCR Billinton L class 4-6-4T E328 (Brighton 1914), Marsh J1 class 4-6-2T E325 (Brighton 1910) and L class E333 (Brighton 1922). Left front view of three big tank engines in a line, in the 1920s. *
ADF322 SR Maunsell Ex SE&CR E1 class 4-4-0 A67 (Built Ashford 1908 as E class, rebuilt Beyer Peacock 1920). In early Southern days (SE&CR plate on cab) on an all Pullman train, including some new K-type cars. Probably the ?Dover Pullman Continental Express?, predecessor of the Golden Arrow. *