It is always fascinating working these things out. It won't be 505 next to
228, she kept her damaged end right up to going to be scrapped. Pictures
here in 77 at Hawthorn.
There is a shot of her somewhere in the dead of night (good end showing) of
her, under her own power, headlight on, on her way to Preston - before
going to Haddon.
On Saturday, August 1, 2020 at 4:27:54 PM UTC+10, Andrew Cook wrote:
> Thanks for the reference photo Mal. A sad sight indeed, and yes, those
> other cars you mention were laying over between peaks.
> Andrew Cook.
> *Sent:* Saturday, 1 August 2020 4:17 PM
> *Subject:* Re: [TramsDownUnder] 629 1011 664 Preston depot
> On 01/08/2020 16:02, Andrew Cook wrote:
> Nice work Yuri. This photo got me searching for a few snaps I have here,
> taken by Jeff Bounds, of the stripped-down W2 cars stored at Thornbury at
> the time.
> My pic from the same era shows 351 and 365 plus 290 which had been there
> so long it still had the car numbers on the saloon panels.
> I think that the cars in the foreground of the pic Yuri found (629, 1011
> and 664) were laying over between morning and evening peak duties.
> Mal Rowe
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