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The years between 1947 and 1962 witnessed a revolution in rail transport. Locomotives which had been retained for war service were now being retired and replaced by newer designs. Side by side, they presented a unique comparison. Eastleigh was the main steam works and shed for the Southern Railway, and would, over the years, see engines of all types. Some arrived at the nearby shed for service, some for repair and others passed through on their last journey to the scrap yard. One man, Walter Gilburt, recorded these scenes. ...

Steam Around Eastleigh 2009, History Press (SC)

ISBN-13: 9780752450353

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Steam Around Eastleigh 1998, Alan Sutton Publishing,

ISBN-13: 9780750916509

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