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Preservation: Preserved Locomotives

Preserved Locomotives

© English Electric Growl / Vernon Large

Mid Norfolk Railway

It is easy to see why Class 37/9, no. 37906 has become a bit of a 'Clagmaster' as it pulls across the level crossing to the north of Dereham station on September 26th, 2010. The locomotive is owned by the Ruston 906 Group and was loaned to the Mid Norfolk Railway to take part in the Class 37 Golden Jubilee event.

© Vernon Large

The preserved 12CSVT lists have been split into three areas, depending on which country/continent that the locomotives are currently located, these being 'British Based', 'African Based' or 'Australian Based'. Use the menus of the left to choose the list that you need.

Once you have selected the area listed, a page will appear that has 'tabs' of each class of locomotives that has been represented in preservation at some point, even if they are not currently. Below these tabs, a list of locomotives includes links to the preserved history page. This will be followed by one or two lists of 'Current' and 'No Longer Preserved' locomotives, the former will show the number carried, base and status, with the later showing number carried and notes on its status on leaving preservation. Both lists will be colour coded to show the status.


This page was last updated on Sunday March 11th 2018