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  • Bookcover of British Rail Class 03
    Booktitle:

    British Rail Class 03

    Locomotive, British Rail Class 04, Diesel locomotive, Switcher, British Rail, Swindon Works, Doncaster Works

    Fec Publishing (2011-07-25 )

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    ISBN-13:

    978-613-7-02127-9

    ISBN-10:
    6137021270
    EAN:
    9786137021279
    Book language:
    English
    Blurb/Shorttext:
    Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The British Rail Class 03 locomotive is, together with Class 04, one of BR's most successful smaller 0-6-0 diesel-mechanical shunters. The class, numbering 230 examples, was built by British Railways' Swindon and Doncaster works in 1957-1962 and numbered D2000-D2199 and D2370-D2399 (later 03004 to 03399). D2370 and D2371 were used as departmental locomotives and originally numbered 91 and 92 respectively.
    Publishing house:
    Fec Publishing
    Website:
    http://www.alphascript-publishing.com
    Edited by:
    Columba Sara Evelyn
    Number of pages:
    124
    Published on:
    2011-07-25
    Stock:
    Available
    Category:
    Building and environmental technology
    Price:
    39.00 €
    Keywords:
    Locomotive, Rail, Switcher, Class, Diesel, locomotives, railways, classroom, Dieselmotoren

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