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Kerrie Pearson

09 July 2017, 1:34pm

Now, a strange request….  The Cumbrian Railways Association have dropped me a note asking if we have a picture / photo of a Hallade Machine from the 1930s that they can use to accompany an article they are doing in their next Journal, which is regarding a high speed run which was undertaken on the WCML.


I can only find  a 1949 version; do you know of anyone who has an image for use in the article?


Thanks.

Constantin Ciobanu

10 July 2017, 11:54am

There is (was?) an old Hallade Machine in the York Railway Museum - I dont' know exactly its age but it might be from the '30s. I will look for the photos I have to see if I can find the machine.


If I remember correctly is the one in the right here:


http://c8.alamy.com/comp/B8R1AG/interior-of-the-national-railway-museum-york-england-uk-B8R1AG.jpg

Philip Cave (Guest)

17 July 2017, 1:04pm

A Hallade machine was on display at Rail Tec on the First Engineering Stand ( 2nd year of Privatisation.)some one must have Photos. somewhere I have an original red book instruction manual. May take some finding but I know it had photos with the instructions. Will keep looking.

David Packert (Guest)

17 July 2017, 1:04pm

Hi Kerrie,


By pure chance, I've just come across a photograph in a 1923 PWI Journal of a Hallade machine of that date. I don't know whether the 1930 model was different, but Sara will have the document tomorrow afternoon. The photo is between pages 168 and 169 of the 1923 Journal.

Peter Yarlett (Guest)

17 July 2017, 8:21pm

'The Permanent Way' by Greenleaf & Tyers, published by Clarence Winchester circa 1947 has a photo of one.

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