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Class 55 Deltic Locomotive No. 55015 at Barry Open Day in 1990

Class 55 Deltic Locomotive No. 55015 at Barry Open Day in 1990


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Filename: 5.3 Deltic.jpg

Size: 2280 x 1480 (2.0MB)

Date: 25th January 2022

Source: STEAM Museum of the GWR

Unique Reference Number: D31 51

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Class 55 Deltic Locomotive No. 55015 at Barry Open Day in 1990

Class 55 Deltic Locomotive No. 55015 at Barry Open Day in 1990.
Built by English Electric in 1961 and 1962. Despite only 22 of this class being built, these express passenger locomotives proved very popular with passengers on the East Coast Main Line on which they operated

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Diesel Barry Deltic


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This print captures the majestic Class 55 Deltic Locomotive No. 55015 at Barry Open Day in 1990. Built by English Electric between 1961 and 1962, this particular locomotive is a testament to engineering excellence. Despite only 22 of its kind being constructed, these express passenger locomotives were immensely popular among travelers on the East Coast Main Line where they operated. The image showcases the sleek design and powerful presence of this diesel-powered beauty against the backdrop of Barry's open day event. The vibrant colors and intricate details bring out every aspect of its craftsmanship, making it an absolute delight for railway enthusiasts. As one gazes upon this photograph, they are transported back in time to an era when steam ruled supreme but modernity was beginning to make its mark. The Class 55 Deltic Locomotive stands tall as a symbol of progress and innovation in rail transportation. Preserved within the STEAM Museum of GWR (Great Western Railway), this print serves as a reminder of our rich railway heritage and the significance these machines held in connecting people across vast distances. Whether you're a passionate train enthusiast or simply appreciate remarkable engineering feats, this print is sure to captivate your imagination with its timeless charm.

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