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Worksplate, LNER fully titled 9 x 5, cast iron construction, number 9382 Cowlairs Works 1909. Ex North British Railways Class D33 4-4-0, originally numbered 382 of which only twelve were built between 1909 and 1910 (NBR Class K). The first LNER number in 1924 was 9382 and in 1946, it became 2463 and was numbered 62463 by BR, although didn't survive long enough to actually carry the number before withdrawal in March 1948 from Bathgate depot. Originally shedded at Eastfield, this loco would have worked local trains services out of Glasgow and Edinburgh. The introduction of Thompson B1's saw their rapid demise. A fine, early LNER plate from a scarce class.

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Auction: November 2005 , Lot: 9
Sold for: £65
Worksplate, LNER Fully Titled 9 X 5, Cast Iron