locomotive worksplate

1914 in Ashford

Locomotive Worksplate, Southern Railway, "Southern Railway A67", cast brass, oval, originally a South Eastern & Chatham Railway 4-4-0 Class E built Ashford in 1914, rebuilt by Beyer Peacock to Class E1 in February 1920, renumbered SR A67/67, British Railways 31167, withdrawn November 1961.

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Locomotives and Rolling Stock Components
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