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Class 37 37429

Postby dieselbob » Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:18 pm

Hi
Has anyone got a photo of 37429 in large logo livery.
I am trying to find out if 37429 had nose aerials when it was in this livery, I know it did when changed to regional livery.

Cheers

Bob

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Re: Class 37 37429

Postby 0121modeller » Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:34 pm

Google search provided a couple of links with photo's of 429 in large logo:
http://www.c37lg.co.uk/fleet/fleet.asp?number=37429 - then click on the link dated 07-03-86. gives info about livery changes too.

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Re: Class 37 37429

Postby K9-70 » Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:38 pm

There's a photo of 37429 LL livery in ex works condition at Barmouth on the Rail Photo Archive site.
But doesn't appear to have the nose aerial.

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Re: Class 37 37429

Postby m8internet » Mon Nov 08, 2010 7:24 pm

dieselbob wrote:Has anyone got a photo of 37429 in large logo livery.
I am trying to find out if 37429 had nose aerials when it was in this livery, I know it did when changed to regional livery.

The aerial is normally for the RETB equipment
It didn't have such an aerial prior to naming, April 1987
However it had obtained it by May 1989 :
http://www.c37lg.co.uk/images/jp37429_2.htm
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Re: Class 37 37429

Postby dieselbob » Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:40 am

Hi
Many thanks to you all for your help.
My era is late 1980s so I'll go with the aerials
Cheers
Bob


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