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Nameplate PILTON ex 0-6-0ST built by Avonside Engine Co. as their number 1832 of 1919. It was sent new to Pilton Quarries in Rutland, situated adjacent the MR Manton Junction to Peterborough line between Manton and Luffenham. When the quarry was closed in June 1969, PILTON was removed to G.Cohen Cransley Sidings near Kettering and scrapped in November of that year. Rectangular cast brass measures 25.75in x 6.25in lightly face restored.

Category:  Nameplates Steam
Auction: November 2020 , Lot: 275
Sold for: GBP£1,000
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