Section 7B.2 - 1963 to 1969

HE686 as 'The Lady Armaghdale' at ICI Blackley

 

 

 

0-6-0T HE No.686 of 1898 'The Lady Armaghdale'

shunting coal wagons at ICI Blackley in July

1963. The locomotive still had its original

round cab windows at this time.     

 

(photo:   courtesy J. Peden)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 0-6-0T HE No.686 of 1898 'The Lady Armaghdale' in steam at Blackley Works,

I.C.I. Ltd., Dyestuffs Division circa 1966.

 

(photo:   I.C.I. Ltd.)

 

 

 

 

0-6-0T HE686 of 1898 'The Lady Armaghdale'

In steam at Blackley Works, I.C.I. Ltd.,

Dystuffs Division in 1968.

 

(photo:   WILT Archive)

 

 

 

 

0-6-0T HE No.686 of 1898 'The Lady

Armaghdale' viewed from inside the

locomotive shed at ICI Blackley in

June 1969 during the inspection

prior to purchase by W.I.L.P.G.

 

(photo:   David Cooke)

 

 

 

 

0-6-0T HE No.686 of 1898 'The Lady Armaghdale' First view of locomotive at

I.C.I. Blackley in June 1969 during the inspection prior to purchase by W.I.L.P.G.

 

(photo:   David Cooke )

 

 

 

0-6-0T HE686 of 1898 'The Lady Armaghdale'

Outside the shed at I.C.I. Blackley in June

1969 during the Inspection Visit prior to

purchase by W.I.L.P.G. a month later.

 

(photo:   David Cooke)

 

 

 

 0-6-0T HE No.686 of 1898 'The Lady Armaghdale' at ICI Blackley in July

1969 following purchase by W.I.L.P.G.

It had been cleaned up ready to depart

by road to SVR Bridgnorth. Works Plates

and Nameplates had been attached.            

 

(photo:   David Cooke)

 

 

 

0-6-0T HE686 of 1898 'The Lady Armaghdale' Being loaded onto Caudles low loader at

I.C.I. Blackley in July 1969 prior to its

journey  to SVR Bridgnorth.

 

(photo:   David Cooke)

 

 

 

 

0-6-0T HE686 'The Lady Armaghdale'

on the low loader at I.C.I. Blackley prior

to departing for SVR Bridgnorth in July

1969. Standing alongside is Mr. Tom Brown,

manager of the central engineering

workshop at the plant.

 

(photo:   courtesy of T. Brown)