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The Standard Class 8F WD Austerity 2-8-0 90588 in West Hartlepool Sheds, Mainsforth Terrace, on July 6th, 1966. The class K1 62045 (2-6-0) passing where the old bus station used to be in West Hartlepool and looking across to where the overpass now stands.
She was running an hour and ten minutes late as she arrived at this point from Durham, but it was certainly well worth the wait.
She was a United States Army Transportation 2-8-0 locomotive built in 1943 at The Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, USA. She was the last steam locomotive to be watered and bunkered in the sheds in Mainsforth Terrace before they finally closed on September 10th, 1967. These two photographs show her as she crossed the subway which went from lower Church Street to Old Town and, on the second image, as she approaches the signal box at Bridge Street with Tennant Street to the left.
She is seen here in a beautifully restored state after being rescued from scrap in 1973 and preserved.
The LNER K1 Class 2-6-0 reversing out of Hartlepool Station with many photographers on the embankment.

The class K1 Peppercorn 2-6-0 locomotive 62004 passes through West Hartlepool station on April 23rd, 1966. The Standard Class 8F WD Austerity 2-8-0 90588 leaving West Hartlepool station in the 1960's and passing the site of the railway canteen. The first shot shows her as she approaches the footbridge, opposite Mainsforth Terrace sheds, and the second shot is as she moves past the footbridge and heads towards Newburn Bridge with the North Works in the distance. She was built by the North British Locomotive Company in 1949 and withdrawn from service in 1966 from Shed 51C, West Hartlepool. She was originally a 4-2-2 in 1847, but was extensively rebuilt, and converted to a 2-2-2 in 1858. She was withdrawn from service in 1945 and is on exhibit at Locomotion - The National Railway Museum at Shildon.
Visit our Tornado page to see more exclusive photographs of this super engine over the years since she was built in Darlington in 2008. She was built in 1947 by the North British Locomotive Company and was initially allocated to Parkeston Quay near Harwich.

The book has drawn on various sources for the information and photographs including the Robert Wood collection from Hartlepool Museum, Hartlepool Library, the Teesside Records Office and the National Railways Museums at York and Shildon.
The six photographs directy above came from the collection of Hartlepool man Tony Pearson and are used with thanks.
However, steam lovers will have to wait quite a while before you can see her again as she's now off the rails, for up to three years, for a ?600,000 overhaul.
Sadly, she was delayed on her journey southbound and those enthusiasts, waiting at Bradbury, did not get to see her as, I’m told, she went off on a branch line towards Sedgefield.
She was withdrawn from service on September 30th, 1961 and, sadly, cut up on November 30th, 1961. She was moved during mid-November 2015 from her base at Grosmont to the National Railway Museum in York.

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