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TITLE
LMS 17950 piloting 14766 'Clan Chattan' on an up goods train at Millburn Junction, August 1939
EXTERNAL ID
PC_HRS_TRAINS_001_003
PLACENAME
Inverness
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona
DATE OF IMAGE
11 August 1939
PERIOD
1930s
SOURCE
Highland Railway Society
ASSET ID
28067
KEYWORDS
locomotives
trains
LMS 17950 piloting 14766 'Clan Chattan' on an up goods train at Millburn Junction, August 1939

LMS 17950 piloting 14766 'Clan Chattan' on an up goods train at Millburn Junction in August 1939. A CR 0-6-0T can be seen in the left foreground, shunting on the Forres line.

17950 (formerly HR 75) was a member of the Highland Railway's class of 4-6-0 locomotives known as the 'Superheated Goods'. These were essentially an updated version of the famous 'Big Goods' class of 1894. It was built by Hawthorn Leslie in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1918. It was withdrawn from service in August 1950.

14766 (formerly HR 54) was a member of the Highland Railway's 'Clan' class of 4-6-0 passenger locomotive. It was designed by Christopher Cumming and built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. at Newcastle in 1921. It continued in service until being withdrawn in April 1944.

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LMS 17950 piloting 14766 'Clan Chattan' on an up goods train at Millburn Junction, August 1939

INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona

1930s

locomotives; trains

Highland Railway Society

Highland Railway Society - Trains 2 (1923-1947)

LMS 17950 piloting 14766 'Clan Chattan' on an up goods train at Millburn Junction in August 1939. A CR 0-6-0T can be seen in the left foreground, shunting on the Forres line.<br /> <br /> 17950 (formerly HR 75) was a member of the Highland Railway's class of 4-6-0 locomotives known as the 'Superheated Goods'. These were essentially an updated version of the famous 'Big Goods' class of 1894. It was built by Hawthorn Leslie in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1918. It was withdrawn from service in August 1950.<br /> <br /> 14766 (formerly HR 54) was a member of the Highland Railway's 'Clan' class of 4-6-0 passenger locomotive. It was designed by Christopher Cumming and built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. at Newcastle in 1921. It continued in service until being withdrawn in April 1944.