A check on the internet reveals that it was built by Joseph Booth & Sons in 1958 at Ashford and it now resides on the Great Central Railway. Its previous number was DS349 and was a batch of ten built for the Western Region, however its Diesel Powered .
*Reference to Tony Cooke's Track Diagrams Sect 12 Laira Jct Signalbox closed 10th November 1973
enjoy cheers JOHN C. We certainly will enjoy John. Many thanks to you.
Don't you wish you were on this one - the good old days!
Starting from Waterloo - Bristol Temple Meads - Wapping Wharf, - Yatton - Wrington- Yatton - Highbridge - Uphill Jn - Worle Jn - Yatton - Pylle Hill Jn - St Philips Marsh Goods Jn - Marsh Jn - North Somerset Jn - Bristol Temple Meads - North Somerset Jn - Marsh Jn - Pensford - Hallatrow - Radstock West - Mells Road Halt - Frome West GF - Clink Road Jn - Westbury - Heywood Road Jn - Newbury - Savernake LL - Southcote Jn - Reading General - Twyford - Slough , and ending at London Paddington. Info courtesy Six Bells Jct.