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  • Nick Tompkin avatar

    Nick Tompkin

    An unusual attachment depicted here - a Bracke Forestry C16 Silviculture and Biomass Head. Used for high capacity timber felling and handling.

  • Patrick Bell

    Patrick Bell

    I remember this painted red, in steam, when I was on the Track Chargeman's course in the early 80's. We had a day at Hither Green Loco measuring up a rather spectacular twist fault in one of the shed roads among other excercises.

    (Hi Pete. Long time no hear. Pat Bell. ex-Eastleigh shunter)

  • ROG37884 avatar


    Used for shuttling workers through Shepherd Well's 2 mile long tunnel

  • Peter Winch

    Peter Winch

    DS1560 on Hither Green taken by my late Father in Law

  • Vince avatar

    Vince Website editor

    Interesting that this and the machine it often worked with - 86101 - both carried the DB prefix rather than DR/DX!

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