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ADF009 SR LN class 4-6-0 858 passing Bickley Junction, having joined the LC&DR main line from the SER line on an up boat train of end door stock. The loco has smoke deflectors and a Urie tender, dating it to 1930-32. *
ADF012 SR LN class 4-6-0 E860 (Eastleigh 1929). Left broadside of loco only, when new at Waterloo. Loco has no smoke deflectors, non-standard long boiler and Urie bogie tender. *
ADF324 SR Marsh Ex LB&SCR H2 class 4-4-2 B422 (Brighton 1911). Left front view, between getting Southern livery in May 1924 and naming (Noth Foreland) in June 1925. *
ADF320 SR Maunsell D1 class 4-4-0 A545 (Built Ashford 1906 as D class, rebuilt Beyer Peacock 1921). Heading a LC&DR line train in early Southern days, the loco still has an SE&CR plate on the cab. The Southern wanted to put corridor stock on the Kent coast trains. Pending delivery of new stock in 1925, they came up with this remarkable formation. Ex SE&CR 4-wheel luggage van, of the type subsequently built by the SR and BR; Ex SE&CR corridor brake composite, one of 15 built for through trains to other railways in 1907; one of six SE&CR corridor thirds built in 1920; an ex ?SER Car Train? Pullman; two ex LSWR Eagle Express first class saloons of 1893, rebuilt with gangways in 1901-07. Beyond this, things are less clear, probably two SE&CR non-corridor coaches, another SE&CR1920 corridor third and another SE&CR corridor brake composite. *
ADF312 SR Maunsell ex SE&CR E1 class 4-4-0 A163, (Built Ashford 1909 as E class. Rebuilt Beyer Peacock 1920). Left front view at Stewarts Lane, when burning oil. *
ADF321 SR Maunsell Ex SE&CR E1 class 4-4-0 A497 (Built Ashford 1907 as E class, rebuilt Beyer Peacock 1920). In early Southern days (SE&CR plate on cab) on train comprising ex SE&CR 1921 boat train stock and Pullman cars. *
ADF322 SR Maunsell Ex SE&CR E1 class 4-4-0 A67 (Built Ashford 1908 as E class, rebuilt Beyer Peacock 1920). In early Southern days (SE&CR plate on cab) on an all Pullman train, including some new K-type cars. Probably the ?Dover Pullman Continental Express?, predecessor of the Golden Arrow. *
ADF315 SR Maunsell LN class 4-6-0 E850 (Eastleigh 1926). As built, with no smoke deflectors and with flat sided bogie tender in the 1920s. *
ADF328 SR Maunsell N class 2-6-0 A847 (Woolwich/Ashford 1925). As built, with no smoke deflectors and footstep on motion bracket. *
ADF013 SR Urie 1924 batch H15 class 4-6-0 at Bournemouth Central on an up express c. 1930. Loco has smoke deflectors and Maunsell chimney. LSWR 56 ft brake third behind the tender. *