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EE Type 3 Class 37/3 37304 (37334) at an Unknown Shed Circa 1974

 EE Type 3 Class 37/3 37304 (37334) at an Unknown Shed Circa 1974 - Low Resolution Image

EE Type 3 Class 37/3 37304 at an unknown western region shed circa 1974. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry as D6604, it was delivered new to Landore shed on 22nd September 1965. It was renumbered thrice D6604 to 37304, then 37272 and finally 37334. After moving between Bristol Bath Road, Landore and Cardiff Canton, it ended its days back at Landore shed where it was withdrawn im May 2005 as 37334. It survived until 23rd August 2005 when it was cut up by Booth-Roe Metals, Rotherham (later C F Booth).

A trainspotter wearing a jacket, polo necked jumper and slacks, stands by the slightly damages nose of the loco.

Date Photo Taken c1974
Date Uploaded 11/07/2014
Image Owner/Copyright Howie Milburn
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Diesel/Electric Loco Information for EE Type 3 Class 37/3 37304 (37334) at an Unknown Shed Circa 1974 - Low Resolution Image

Diesel/Electric Loco Class Information for EE Type 3 Class 37/3 37304 (37334) at an Unknown Shed Circa 1974 - Low Resolution Image



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tony hall said on the 27/02/2015:
thanks for showing very interesting photos. reminding me of my train spotting days around 1955 in Leicester . we only had the jubilie namers coming through. so to get the scotts ,princesses etc. we had to go to Nuneaton .usually on the odd saterday. with about 6 others and my fried egg sandwiches.an lemonade. heaven to see all the express trains thundering by.still got my 1957 combined tain spotting book . the only reason being it was to expensive to chuck away. thank goodness

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