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Class 73

73002+1 It was part of the original conception that when working off the conductor rail EDLs would work in multiple with heavy trains. Here double headed JAs Nº73002 and Nº73001 have worked from Waterloo to Andover on 24th September 1988 with a special which will be steam hauled via the Laverstock Loop to Romsey. Note Nº73001 has reverted to a small logo by this time.

photograph by Colin Duff

 
Nº73109 again, this time arriving at Weymouth from Weymouth Quay pulling a class 33 and
4 TCs Nº410 and Nº417.

photograph by Paul Ferbrache

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73114 Wearing Inter City livery and with "wrap-round" yellow above and below the cab windows only, and a medium size logo, Nº73114, without its Stewarts Lane Traction Maintainence Depot nameplates, is pictured at Clapham Junction during August 1990.

photograph by Ray Soper

 
Nº73138 photographed during the Eastbourne resignalling work in April 1991.

photograph by Mark Westcott

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73109 Nº73109 at Weymouth during 1993.

photograph by Paul Ferbrache

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