Current number: (no longer numbered in departmental/IU series)
6339
Departmental number:
975666
Any other previous number(s):
14078 / 975666
Notes:
Formerly 975666 - Moved to Bo'Ness & Kinneil Railway 5/11. Reported on VCT as scrapped by 5/19.

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Bo\'ness & Kinneil Railway** *** ****Roger Harris
Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway** *** ****Kev Adlam
Bo\'Ness & Kinneil Railway** *** ****Kev Adlam
Bo\'ness & Kinneil Railway2013-06-18Roger Harris
Bo'Ness Railway2011-09-24KENNETH FOX
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  • 6345 & 6339

    2 July 2006 - Ben

    Bryan did well to capture this shot from a passing local stopping service! Most GNER services pass at high speed!

  • 6345 & 6339

    5 July 2006 - Keir Hardie

    i just saw these a few Sundays ago on a GNER Inverness-London that was diverted around Haymarket at great length!

  • 6345 & 6339

    11 January 2008 - Dave Shell

    Still there as i passed yesterday and today

  • 6345 & 6339

    11 January 2008 - Ben Williams

    Anyone know who owns these two these days? There were rumours of a private buyer who was waiting to have them moved but this was years ago!

  • 6345 & 6339

    16 November 2008 - Ben Williams

    Anyone seen these coaches since June please? Passed twice this weekend and almost certain they have gone? Any confirmation of their fate would be good - thanks...

  • 6345 & 6339

    8 May 2011 - Ben Williams

    All three recently moved to Bo'Ness

  • 6339 & 6345

    11 July 2011 - David Milburn Shell

    I'm guessing that's the new lean to shed thingie they were building last time I was up there.

  • 6339 & 6345

    14 October 2011 - KENNETH FOX

    They were in the yard on 24/9/11

  • 22 June 2020 - LM

    Where abouts are these barrier vehicles today... if they've not been scrapped?