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Diesel Flame cut Cabside 33056. Ex Birmingham RCW Type 3 Bo-Bo Class 33 built October 1961 under works number DEL 178 and originally numbered D6574, new to Hither Green. It was named THE BURMA STAR on 2nd September 1980 by Lady Pamela Hicks, Lord Mountbatten's daughter. This loco, along with 33027 was used to haul Mountbattens funeral train from Waterloo to Romsey on 5th September 1979. The nameplates were removed in February 1991. Cut up at Booths, Rotherham in July 2006. The Cabside is in the Grey livery with Black letters, very neatly cut measuring just 33

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Auction: November 2008 , Lot: 268
Sold for: £150
Diesel Flame Cut Cabside 33056.  Ex Birmingham RCW