SP0580 : Ancient ex-Midland double-framed 0-6-0 at Bournville Locomotive Depot

taken 71 years ago, near to Bournville, Birmingham, Great Britain

Ancient ex-Midland double-framed 0-6-0 at Bournville Locomotive Depot
Ancient ex-Midland double-framed 0-6-0 at Bournville Locomotive Depot
Bournville (coded 21B) was a minor depot, its allocation in 1946 of 28 comprising:- 6 4-4-0, 14 0-6-0, 4 2-6-4T, 3 2-6-2T and 1 0-6-0T. Several of the 0-6-0s were light-weight for working over the Rubery Viaduct on the Halesowen Branch. No. 22846 was a 2F survivor of the numerous 0-6-0s built by Kirtley between 1863-74 and rebuilt by Deeley in 1907; it survived until 10/49. (Behind is the coal-stage).
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Date Taken
27 July 1947   (more nearby)
Submitted
Wednesday, 15 February, 2012
Geographical Context
Railways 
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OSGB36: geotagged! SP 050 806 [100m precision]
WGS84: 52:25.4451N 1:55.6651W
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OSGB36: geotagged! SP 050 806
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