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20th December 1960

One of the LMR Class 128 vehicles with two vehicles in tow at Cricklewood on 20/12/60. David Lamb.


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18th October 1964

M55989 is seen at 14A Cricklewood, 18/10/64. Keith Gunner.


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27th February 1977

Cricklewood (London) on 27th February 1977. Semaphore signals & two Midland signal boxes - Brent 1 & 2 - frame a 4-car St Pancras to Bedford dmu. The main gantry held 8 posts but the right-hand four are now armless. In the right background is Cricklewood shed. Pete LG99.


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27th February 1977

Semaphore signals and two Midland boxes - Brent No. 1 left and Brent No.2 right - surround a four car dmu heading out of St Pancras station northwards through Cricklewood in North London on 27th February 1977. Pity about the four dolls devoid of arms although it wasn't too long after that the whole lot was swept away in the electrification of the Midland main line to Bedford. Pete LG99.


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28th June 1977

M51593 is one of many Class 127 vehicles to be seen at Cricklewood on 28/6/77. David Mant.


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1st May 1982

Unidentified class 127 units stabled at Cricklewood depot. Saturday 1st May 1982 Iain Reid.


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1st May 1982

Unidentified class 127 units stabled at Cricklewood depot. Also present is a class 120 unit with DMS M50650 in view. Saturday 1st May 1982 Iain Reid.


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1983

This Class 127 in Cricklewood station in the summer of 1983 had been given a thorough clean, service and the paintwork touched up at Cricklewood depot. Apparently either the Greek Railways or a private line in Greece needed some new passenger trains at the time these were due to be withdrawn. The set then made a number of trial runs with various Greek officials onboard. Sadly nothing came of the affair. Note the white gutter the length of the train. Arno Brooks.


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20th February 1988

975042 sitting at Cricklewood, 20/2/88. It carries a Vic Berrys sign in a middle window, presumably it's been for asbestos stripping. It still has AEC engines. Malcolm Clements.

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