B/W print; Three-quarter front nearside view of preserved Metropolitan 1921-electric locomotive no 12 'Sarah Siddons' by Peter Wilson, Sep 1982
Three-quarter front nearside view of preserved Metropolitan 1921-electric locomotive no 12 'Sarah Siddons' at the head of a train of five British Rail Mark 2 coaches on a rail tour to Wembley Park. The train has obviously come to a halt, and various people can be seen both on the locomotive and standing at the side of the track; the gentlemen carrying the holdall and wearing the peaked cap, midground centre, may be a member of the train crew. A car of A60/A62-stock, with gangway connecting door open, and bearing a 'Neasden' destination blind, stands on an adjacent track.
Simple name : B/w print
Date : Sep 1982
Collection : Photographs
Object location : Acton Depot
Reference number : 1998/64472
Shot : long exterior
Photographer : Peter Wilson : Sep 1982
Descriptive size : 8x6ins
Content text : On locomotive: Wembley Park. Special On locomotive: 463
Original number : 21827
  • Peter Wilson
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