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  • Worcester Locomotive Works

    Richard Parker, Brian Penney

    Issue 84 (2012)

    p.183

    The origins of the Worcester locomotive works date back to the Oxford, Worcester & Wolverhampton Railway. The Locomotive Superintendent established a workshop north of Shrub Hill station and the GWR acquired these facilities following amalgamation with the OW&W (West Midland Railway).

    Tags: engine depot, Worcestershire

  • Worcester Running Shed in the 1950s and 60s

    Richard Parker, Brian Penney

    Issue 93 (2015)

    p.243

    A look at Worcester shed (later Motive Power Depot) and the memories of those men who manned the site to keep its engines on the road, as well as those on the footplate staff, particularly in the 1950s and 60s.

    Tags: engine crews, engine depot, railway operation

  • Worcester Running Shed Part 2

    Richard Parker, Brian Penney

    Issue 94 (2015)

    p.333

    Part 2 of a look at Worcester shed (later Motive Power Depot) and the memories of those men who manned the site to keep its engines on the road, as well as those on the footplate staff, particularly in the 1950s and 60s.

    Tags: engine crews, engine depot, railway operation

  • Worcester Running Shed Part 3

    Richard Parker, Brian Penney

    Issue 95 (2015)

    p.389

    The final part of a look at Worcester shed (later Motive Power Depot) and the memories of those men who manned the site to keep its engines on the road, as well as those on the footplate staff, particularly in the 1950s and 60s.

    Tags: engine crews, engine depot, railway operation