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TITLE
HR 103 taking on water at Dalwhinnie, June 1960
EXTERNAL ID
PC_HRS_TRAINS_001_286
PLACENAME
Dalwhinnie
DISTRICT
Badenoch
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Laggan
DATE OF IMAGE
15 June 1960
PERIOD
1960s
SOURCE
Highland Railway Society
ASSET ID
28305
KEYWORDS
locomotives
trains
HR 103 taking on water at Dalwhinnie, June 1960

HR 103 taking on water at Dalwhinnie in June 1960. The service is the 9.00am from Inverness to Perth.

103 was the first member of the Highland Railway's 'Big Goods Class' of 4-6-0 locomotive. It was built in 1894. After being withdrawn from service in 1934 (having been renumbered 17916 after the grouping) it was restored to its original appearance and condition by the LMS. In 1959 it was returned to full working order by British Railways and spent some time pulling special rail enthusiasts tours. It is the only surviving HR locomotive and can be seen in The Riverside museum in Glasgow.

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HR 103 taking on water at Dalwhinnie, June 1960

INVERNESS: Laggan

1960s

locomotives; trains

Highland Railway Society

Highland Railway Society - Trains 3 (1948 to the present day)

HR 103 taking on water at Dalwhinnie in June 1960. The service is the 9.00am from Inverness to Perth.<br /> <br /> 103 was the first member of the Highland Railway's 'Big Goods Class' of 4-6-0 locomotive. It was built in 1894. After being withdrawn from service in 1934 (having been renumbered 17916 after the grouping) it was restored to its original appearance and condition by the LMS. In 1959 it was returned to full working order by British Railways and spent some time pulling special rail enthusiasts tours. It is the only surviving HR locomotive and can be seen in The Riverside museum in Glasgow.