042126 detail

Photo of 042126 detail at Tinsley TMD

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  • SD0853

    19 September 2009, 13:12:42

    Now preserved on the Churnet Valley Railway.

  • peter Cummings

    20 September 2009, 20:10:19

    That numbering style should have been compulsory for all I.U. vehicles. How different life would have been.

  • Martin Allen

    6 October 2009, 07:47:03

    According to my notes, this is the former Tinsley Depot electrical fitters workshop, a GUV numbered E 93828.

  • Ben Williams

    6 April 2010, 15:49:00

    As per question under 041912 pic - does anyone know if this received a trademark Tinsley name?!

  • peter Cummings

    6 April 2010, 19:23:55

    I wasn't aware that said names extended to anything other than locos.


  • SD0853

    7 April 2010, 14:20:12

    Nothing other than Loco's got the famed painted names.

  • Simon Bendall

    7 April 2010, 19:16:08

    Not quite true - Snow King and Snow Queen weren't locos :O)

  • SD0853

    8 April 2010, 19:15:09

    I'll give you that one. I forgot about them, lol

  • Robin Morel

    28 July 2011, 18:21:19

    according to the new book "life and times of a railway fitter at Tinsley Maintenance Depot" by Phil Hodgkiss this vehicle did indeed have a name -

    but is recorded as ex NKV 93838, the name being TAN-Y-ARSE applied 24-4-92.

  • ian saunders

    30 June 2016, 21:23:35

    I remember seeing this van with the unofficial name Tan-Y-Arse applied in the usual Tinsley style sat inside the main depot building on a couple of occasions when I managed to get allowed in and have a look around, but never saw it outside the building.

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