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Early and First Generation Green Diesels in Photographs

The ‘Big Four’ railways had experimented with diesel-powered shunting locomotives from 1933 with the Great Western Railway seeing the advantages of operating diesel-powered railcars, and doing so successfully from the same date. 

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The 1955 ‘Modernisation Report’ predicted the end of steam power and laid out the basis of the ‘Pilot Scheme’ for the introduction of main-line diesel locomotives to British Railways. Black and white Photos.

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Early and First Generation Green Diesels in Photographs

Early and First Generation Green Diesels in Photographs

The ‘Big Four’ railways had experimented with diesel-powered shunting locomotives from 1933 with the Great Western Railway seeing the advantages of operating diesel-powered railcars, and doing so successfully from the same date. 

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