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The first Metropolitan Railway service to Pinner

The first Metropolitan Railway service to Pinner

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L2584. Something of an historic moment on the Metropolitan Railway, as the first train reaches Pinner in 1885. The engine hauling the train is either No. 65 or No. 66. Built in 1885 (works no. 2674 & 2675), these were the last of the 4-4-0 Beyer Peacock B-Class Metropolitan locos.
ContributorLondon's Transport Museum
Creatorattribution - Unknown
Datecreation - 1885
TypeDigital images - Scanned
Formatdimension.H - 152mm
dimension.W - 203mm
resolution - 300 dpi
IdentifierLondon's Transport Museum - 1998/ 39612
SourceLondon's Transport Museum
Relationcopy of - Black and white print
Coverageperiod - 1885
Location.Current Repository - London's Transport Museum
Location.Creation Site - Pinner, Greater London (O.S. Ref: 512200 189500)
RightsLondon's Transport Museum