Preserved Class 45/1 No. 45112 'The Royal Army Ordnance Corp' is parked along with three Statesman Rail Pullman carriages (No 3231 Ben Cruachan, Car No. 5912 and Car No. 5991) at the Nemesis Rail Depot at Burton-on-Trent on Thursday 13th February 2014. Alongside is Class 73/1 No. 73134 'Woking Homes 1885-1985' with Class 37/6 No. 37679, Class 20/9s No. 20903 and No. 20904, with Class 73/1's electro-diesels No. 73105 and 73117, plus two unidentified Class 08's and an industrial shunting locomotive on the extreme left. The brick building in background, which contrasts sharply with other buildings in the photograph, is the former Midland Railway Grain Warehouse No. 4.
OTHER IMAGES FROMJohn TuffsView All Images
Subscribe now and get access to our weekly digital magazine and online news content.
Or sign up for a FREE account, and share your railway imagery with thousands of enthusiasts across the globe.
Enter your username and password below
to login to the website
If you wish to comment on the photograph, you can do by entering your comment below. Please note that your username (or nickname if used) will be listed beside any comment passed. All comments pass through an approval process, and any user found to be using inappropriate language will be banned from commenting the future.
If you wish to contact the photographer of this image, please enter your message below and provide your email address, so that the photographer can contact you. All messages are approved by moderators before being sent onwards.
Your email address (required)
People regularly ask if it is possible to link to images on Railway Herald from various forums. This is permitted, as long as you use the link address given below.
You must not direct link to the actual image file, but linking to the page is fine. To link to this image from a forum post, simply copy the whole of the line below, starting with http:// and paste it into your website or forum post - see your forum rules and guidelines on how to do this. When you complete your posting, users of the forum will then see a link, that they can click on to and it will take them straight to that image.
Page address to link to:
If your referring to the image in your forum or blog post, please do remember to credit the original photographer, in this case John Tuffs
If you wish to report a problem with this image, please use the form below. This should be used to advise of a corrupt file, copyright issue, incorrect caption details or missing photograph.
Your email address (this is optional, but will allow us to respond to your query)