Heritage Railway

It’s Great Western to the fore, but Essex gets a look-in

A MAJOR GWR collection may be set to take centre stage at GW Railwayana’s July 14 auction, as reported in last month’s Heritage Railway, but other companies and locations will also be adding their weight.

The headline items from the collection are nameplates , , and (Nos. 1023, 5018, 7814 and 7919 respectively), with from Britannia No. 70033 flying the

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