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Date modified19-Aug-21 22:43
1672 1924 York Waterworks Box

1672 1924 York Waterworks Box

Ex-North Eastern Railway Worsdell 'R' (LNER 'D20') class 4-4-0 No. 1672. Built at Gateshead in September 1907 as NER No. 1672 and withdrawn in February 1957 as BR No. 62397.

Approaching York Station from the north, 1672 is passing between Waterworks Box with its wrought iron balcony on the right and Leeman Road Box on the left, seldom seen in the same photograph. York MPD can just be glimpsed beyond the Buchanan's Whiskey advert, through the distant haze and forest of semaphores. The lines in the right foreground are the route to Whitby or Scarborough via Malton.

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