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of the 94XX Class built by Bagnalls of Stafford in 1950.
BR(W) cast iron Smokebox Numberplate “8416” in ex-loco condition as carried by the 0-6-0PT.
Box 417, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 2XA, UK Tel. Both show early trains of each period and are nicely presented in double sided glazed frames to show the original Stevens Company advertisements on the back. The wooden front panel has a split but the clock is in working order. Two original circa 1860 woven silk Stevengraphs titled “The first train” and “The present time 60 miles an hour”. The clock is fitted into a glazed wooden box with a sliding back panel and LNWR enamel numberplate “4267”. Waterfoot” complete with “LYR” vessel, all fittings and glasses and restored. As carried by BR Class 37 DE into service March 1962 as D6733.
The station was east of Selby on the route to Hull. Stamford East, terminus of the short branch from Essendine on the ECML closed in March 1957.