‘Fenchurch’ on the Bluebell Railway (In later British Railways livery).

With steam blowing off furiously from it’s dome-mounted ‘Salter’ safety valves, Stroudley A1/X ‘Terrier’ No: 32636 formerly ‘Fenchurch’, at Sheffield Park on the preserved Bluebell Railway, some time in the 1980’s. The British Railways crest on it’s tank side is of the later pattern, known uncharitably by some railwaymen and enthusiasts as the ‘Ferret & Dartboard!’ (Photo by Ian Edwards).

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