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An interesting find, conditions were certainly cramped compared to Diesel No 1 in Inchacore.


The Metrovicks were assembled in a British Railways Carriage shops in Manchester, carriages are visible in the bays on the right.


At the time the choice of Metrovick may have not been so odd they had supplied most of British and South African straight electrics and Crossley had a good name as an engine builder.

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