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Thanks East, that elf fella gets everywhere. Would be nice to find a definitive answer.


c2, since you brought up the subject of 3 lamps I've noticed a number of fairly recent photographs of preserved trains showing the same head code. I'm now wondering if there have been health and safety issues forcing changes on the main line.


Thanks for that East, wonderful how this pastime leads in other directions. I had a go at Googling the lamp codes prior to the question but couldn't find that configuration. As you say, if there's anybody out there.....


Hi c2, smoke and steam is always fun.

This train is running on Southern Railway metals so the extra track work you see is live rails carrying 650v Direct Current... watch where you're stepping.

The normal lamp head code for a class 1 working is usually one lamp on each of the brackets either side of the buffer beam, but I believe that trains of this class travelling on western sections of the Southern region were designated by an additional lamp on the bracket above the draw bar.

If anyone can elaborate on this it would be interesting to read.


Nice picture East which I found a little tricky (all that smoke in my eyes). A couple of things intrigue me though. A three lamp train reporting code, what does that signify? Also the extra trackside metal work, what's that for?


Cheers ferret.

Nice, thanks East


Thanks rab.

Wonderful scene East.

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