To celebrate the end of 111 years maintaining locomotives for the Western Region, Old Oak Common depot opened its doors to the public. On display were a collection of iconic steam and diesel locomotives which have all had a part of make the Great Western 'God's Wonderful Railway'. Those in attendance included examples from the era of steam, diesel-hydraulic Westerns and Warships and diesel-electric Class 50s.
Highlight of the event was the collection of 7 preserved examples of the Class 50 locomotive fleet, some of which had been based at the Old Oak Common depot.
For more pictures of these particular locomotives see the In Preservation
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