Picture of the Month – April 2015 This months picture… Bulleid Light Pacific 34011 ‘Tavistock’ in early British Railways experimental Apple Green livery head the Up Devon Belle past Fisherton Shed where a WD class 2-8-0 can just be seen at the coaling stage, while Z Class number 957 pushes loaded coal wagons up the coal stage ramp. Share this:TwitterEmailLinkedInFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
8 thoughts on “Picture of the Month – April 2015”
Awesome layout and photos. However, this latest pic is low res and I cannot use it as screen wallpaper, unlike Jan-March.
Hi Ian, I have replaced it with a hi-res version now. enjoy!
There is the saying
Looks like the D** B*^
(yes, it looks like the Devon Belle )!
Was that the lining applied to Southern apple-green locos, or was it black/white? Mr B did it differently . . . ?
The black / white lining was that applied to the Express Blue livery. I do need to modify the lining on this experimental apple green livery slightly as I now know the cream band was edged with red and grey.
At the York show on Monday.
An exquisite model (two actually) of the Bachmann GNRatlantic loco.
One in LNER green, lining being two thin bands of white, perhaps with black between them, but my spex aren’t so good . . .
PS Much sentimental value for me with this train. My father worked on it just after WW2, until the Yorkshire Pullman was re-instated. I have a pic of him in the SR magazine of the time, somewhere . . .
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Yes the LNER lining was indeed white/black/white but when Apple Green was used as an experimental livery by British Railway they used grey/red/cream/red/grey which I need to correct my 34011 to be. I also have a Lord Nelson awaiting repainting into this livery too.
So, apple green but not as it was.
Weird experiments indeed! Thanks