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Class 37/4 Number 37418

Current Allocation Details

Number

37418

Class

37/4

Depot

W - Withdrawn from Service

Pool

WNSO - EWS - Locomotives Sold Awaiting Delivery

Livery

EW - English, Welsh & Scottish Railway - Maroon with Central Gold Band Large Number & Logo

Builder

English Electric Vulcan Foundry

Built

18/03/1965

Works Number

E3531/D960

37418 Named: 10/10/1986 Unamed: 01/03/1991

An Comunn Gaidhealach

37418 Named: 31/03/1991 Unamed: 10/03/1993

Pectinidae

37418 Named: 11/03/1992 Unamed: 10/04/1992

Gordon Grigg

37418 Named: 11/04/1992 Unamed: 31/07/1993

Pectinidae

37418 Named: 22/04/1994 Unamed: 31/10/2005

East Lancashire Railway

Withdrawn

31/12/2007

Disposal Date

28/02/2009

Disposal Details: Preserved

East Lancs Railway

37418 Renumbered

From 37271 on 15/11/1985

37271 Notes

This number has been used on 2 different locos

37271 Notes

(1) : D6971 To 37271 then 37271 To 37418

37271 Notes

(2) : D6603 To 37303 then 37303 To 37271 (Current)

37271 Renumbered

From D6971 on 31/12/1973


Images for Loco 37418

EE Type 3 Class 37/4 37418 (D6971) at Inverness on 13 June 1989
Date Photo Taken: 13/06/1989
Date Uploaded 11/02/2014
Image Owner/Copyright: Peter Hoggan
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Built EE Vulcan Foundry in March 1965 (D6971, 37271) and delivered new to Cardiff Canton; here Inverness IS allocated, in the PISA Provincial pool, 37418 pilots 37262 - awaiting the off in charge of the overnight Inverness - Euston Motorail. This loco is seen embellished with a small Highland Rail logo on the nose front and an old style ScR Blue totem between the marker lights.

Named "An Comunn Gaidhealach" at Edinburgh Waverley on 10 October 1986 to mark ACG and ScotRail jointly promoting gaelic culture in Scotland.

This loco has survived, passing into preservation on the East Lancs Railway in February 2009.


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