Stewarts Lane

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List Of British Railways Shed Codes - List of Codes - Southern Region
... Ilfracombe, Torrington (to 1959) Became 83F 72F 1950–1963 Wadebridge Became 84E 73 Stewarts Lane/Hither Green 73A 1950–1962 Stewarts Lane Became 75D 73B 1950–1962 Bricklayers' Arms Sub-sheds New Cross ... Selhurst Became SU 75D 1950–1959 Horsham Became sub-shed of 75A 1962–1973 Stewarts Lane Previously 73A, became SL 75E 1950–1964 Three Bridges Became sub-shed ...
British Rail Class 73 - Fleet Details
... Centre E6017 73111 - - - InterCity Executive British Rail 05/1991 Scrapped at Stewarts Lane (01/1997) E6018 73213 ... University of Kent at Canterbury 1990–1997 First Group Blue GB ... by an unexpected repaint into Intercity 'Executive' livery by St Leonards depot E6032 73204 ... Stewarts Lane Janice 1985-1998 2005- GBRf GB Railfreight - In service E6033 73126 - Kent East Sussex ... Became source of spare parts for the Class 73 refurbishment programme at Stewarts Lane in July 1996 and to donate power unit to 73112 (now 73213) for reinstatement ...
Longhedge Railway Works (Battersea) - History
... the south side of the London and South Western Railway main line at Stewarts Lane ... only the capacity to undertake light repairs associated with the adjoining Stewarts Lane motive power depot ... depot of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway was closed and Stewarts Lane grew to become the largest steam motive power depot of the system ...

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