This week a look back a few years for locomotives and railcars that we no longer or rarely see on the sea wall.

The Class 20, invariably in pairs linked nose to nose, very occasionally appear on railtours and at one time on stock movements.

Popular with enthusiasts because of their noisy exhaust when working hard.


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The Class 31

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