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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: August 24, 2017.
Webpage updated: August 24, 2017

        

RAILWAYS IN OLD PLYMOUTH  |  FRIARY ENGINE SHED

ALLOCATION, 1946

The following steam locomotives were allocated to Plymouth's Friary Engine Shed (then known as a Motive Power Depot), which included the Callington Sub-Shed,  in January 1946:

T1 class - Numbers 3, 7.

M7 class - Numbers 35.

B4 class - Numbers 84, 91, 94, 103.

T9 class - 116, 280, 289, 711.

O2 class - 182, 183, 197. 201, 216, 236.

757 class - 757, 758.

Friary was a pretty boring Engine Shed in 1946.  The West Country class locomotives were all allocated to Exmouth Junction Engine Shed, from where locomotives of other classes, such as the N and U/U1, would have worked into Plymouth and probably stayed no more than one night.