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Class 73

Nº73003 has been preserved and restored as NºE6003 in its original green livery (though with its definitely not original high intensity headlight). It is seen here working on the Mid Hants Railway in 1993. Nº73003 was in 1993 named Sir Herbert Walker after the esteemed first General Manager of the Southern Railway.

photograph by Jonathan Hall

73003
 
73140 Nº73140 has also been preserved and is seen here at the Spa Valley Railway's diesel weekend on 10th August 2003. Behind is class 33 Nº33063 from the East Kent Railway.

photograph by Paul Ferbrache

 
A view of the driving controls in the cab of Nº73140.

photograph by Paul Ferbrache

Class 73 Cab
 
Two 73s Two class 73s stand at Meldon on The Dartmoor Railway. These are not in running condition as at the time the only operational class 73 on the DR was Nº73134.

photograph by Paul Ferbrache

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Modern Railways' March 1967 article on these engines

This page was last updated 22 August 2003

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