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Arnold's

A works train belonging to Arnold's Sand Quarries enters their yard on the now abandoned northern section of the line in 1974

CopyrightRoy Lambeth
Taken31 December 1969
LocationLeighton Buzzard Railway
CameraUnknown
LensUnknown

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Posted by Pete Arnold on June 2 2018 at 17:06

This is actually a Garsides train. Arnolds' locos did not carry names, only numbers. Also the grey colour of the tipping wagon indicates that it was owned by Garsides.


Posted by Pete Arnold on June 2 2018 at 17:13

This actually a Garside's train. Note that Arnold's locos did not carry names, only numbers. Also the tipping wagon is painted grey which indicates that it belonged to Garside's.


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