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The stainless steel parts and bell for 4489
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No: 15802   Contributor: Peter Langsdale   Year: 2012   Manufacturer: Doncaster Works   Country: England
The stainless steel parts and bell for 4489

Photographed at the NRM Shildon on 11 December 2012. These will help to transform the garter blue 60010 Dominion of Canada back into the LNER 'Coronation' livery. Built at Doncaster in May 1937 as "Woodcock", but only for 2 weeks, being renamed and repainted in June along with the other 'Coronation' A4s. The works no. was 1854. The bell was removed when the double chimney was fitted in November 1957, but will be put back in front of the single chimney as part of the current restoration. See also picture #15800 and picture #15801 for the progress of the restoration as it was at the date this picture was taken.
Picture added on 16 December 2012 at 09:56
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National Railway Museum, York and Shildon, England
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