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Chinnor | by DarloRich2009
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L.92 runs into Chinnor station ready to work a service to Thame Junction


The 57xx class were introduced by the GWR in 1929 and construction continued at various times until 1949. No.5786 lasted longer than most, being sold to London Transport and renumbered L.92. Surviving in traffic working engineering trains around the LT system until steam ended at Neasden shed on the Metropolitan Line in 1971. She then spent many years at the Bulmers Railway Centre in Hereford before moving to the South Devon Railway. 5786 came out of service at the end of October 2011 and returned to service in March 2013 in the striking maroon livery of London Transport as No L.92.

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Taken on March 26, 2016