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    Posted 9 years ago

    mike101
    (95 items)

    Could anyone help me identify What this is?
    How Old?
    If it has any value?
    I cant seem to find anything anywhere.

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    West Country Class No 34088, Padstow
    The Label on the back has a Style Number looks like 7206A but can’t find anything on it

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    1. pw-collector pw-collector, 9 years ago
      Found on wikipedia:
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_SR_West_Country_and_Battle_of_Britain_class_locomotives
      List of SR West Country & Battle of Britain Class Locomotives
      BR No.: 34008
      SR No.: 21C108
      Name: Padston
      Builder: Brighton
      When Built: Sept. 1945
      Withdrawn: June 1967
      Rebuilt: June 1960
      Hope this helps,
      Dave
    2. railnsail, 9 years ago
      Your framed locomotive was made by decorative arts. They produced pictures, 3-d framed decorations, etc back in the 1960s-1970s. Some of the framed items had a mother of pearl look to it. They did ships, trains old cars etc. Not actually Railroad issued this type of item is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it's decorative value. I would put it up for auction on ebay.
    3. mike101, 9 years ago
      Than you for the help

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