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Numbers Carried
Type Number Date From
Pre TOPS (Pre Tops) D207 23/07/1958
TOPS (Tops) 40007 02/1974

Locomotive Specifics
Class as Built 40
Wheels 1Co-Co1
Builder English Electric Vulcan Foundry
To Service 23/07/1958
Withdrawn 27/02/1983
Time in Service 24 yrs, 7 mths , 4 dys
Cut Up 01/01/1984
Cut At Locomotive Works (Doncaster)
Information Derailment damage(at Llandudno Junction)
Status Scrapped

Code Name Date From
34B Hornsey (New) 23/07/1958
34G Finsbury Park w/e 30/04/1960
30A Stratford w/e 17/06/1961
32B Ipswich w/e 23/04/1966
91M To London Midland Region w/e 19/08/1967
WL Western Lines (LMR) w/e 19/08/1967
8J Allerton w/e 06/04/1968
D08 Liverpool Division 17/06/1968
D10 Preston Division w/e 08/05/1971
HM Healey Mills 4w/e 06/10/1973
   Withdrawn 27/02/1983

Start End Event Details Source See Also
23/07/1958 To Service To service as D207
Built at English Electric Vulcan Foundry
Allocated to Hornsey (34B)
30/04/1960 Allocation Reallocated to Finsbury Park (34G)    
17/06/1961 Allocation Reallocated to Stratford (30A)    
23/04/1966 Allocation Reallocated to Ipswich (32B)    
19/08/1967 Allocation Reallocated to To London Midland Region (91M)    
19/08/1967 Allocation Reallocated to Western Lines (LMR) (WL)    
06/04/1968 Allocation Reallocated to Allerton (8J)    
17/06/1968 Allocation Reallocated to Liverpool Division (D08)    
08/05/1971 Allocation Reallocated to Preston Division (D10)    
06/10/1973 Allocation Reallocated to Healey Mills (HM)    
02/1974 Renumbered Renumbered to 40007    
01/1975 Modification Modification: Air Brakes fitted    
27/02/1983 Withdrawn Condemned as 40007    
01/01/1984 Scrapped Broken up by Locomotive Works: Doncaster    

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