List Of British Railways Shed Codes
British Railways shed codes were used to identify the engine sheds that its locomotives and multiple units were allocated to for maintenance purposes. The former London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) alpha-numeric system was extended to cover all regions and used until replaced by alphabetic codes in 1973.
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... Code Dates Shed Comments 81 London 81A 1950–1973 Old Oak Common Sub-shed Southall (1968–1973) Became OC 81B 1950–1964 Slough Sub-sheds Aylesbury (1950), Marlow (to 1962), Watlington (to ...
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