War Department diesellocomotives

Only about the ones used in WW2
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WD 32 = WD 70032 = WD 822 = WD 125. On the picture, found on the internet, just out of factory

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Chatham Dockyard. Andrew Barclay 0-4-0 diesel shunter No. 42 is seen being hoisted by crane onto a low-loader at the Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham. The locomotive is bound for Chatham Historic Dockyard, where it will form part of a new display. No. 42 was one of a large class of standardised diesel shunters constructed for the War Department during 1941, being dispatched to France as part of the D-Day landings. The name ''Overlord'' is a recent addition, being added during 2000 as part…

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WD 33 = WD 70033 = NS 162 now restored to full working order in the Netherlands. It is now in War Department black livery and numbered WD 33, seen here at a small event at Medemblik, the Netherlands.

WD 31 = WD 70031 = WD 820 = WD 124 now in a state of restouration at the War museum at Overloon, Netherlands. On the picture it's arrival at Blerick to donate spare parts to WD 33

WD 30 = WD 70030 = WD 820 preserved at the Foxfield Railway, UK

Drewry/Vulcan Foundry 0-4-0DM: WD 72229.

Rushden War Weekend. The Rushden Historical Transport Society held a 1940s War Weekend event in support of the British Legion Poppy Appeal on October 29 and 30, 2005. The Barclay 0-4-0 diesel shunter (ex War Department) with a demonstration freight.

Andrew Barclay 0-6-0 Diesel-Mechanical No. 1 - The design of this early diesel locomotive was derived from a War Office 1936 order. It retains its original Paxman-Riccardo engine, developing 180BHP, and Wilson epicyclic gearbox.

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