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FRH4098/003 - BR Shedcodes 50A-56G

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BR British Railways - 357 Shedcodes 50A-56G including SC Self Cleaning Codes Please note - FRH4098 sheets were intended almost exclusively for application to steam-outline models, hence the black background. Relatively few diesel locos were fitted with these plates but if you need to fit a shed code to anything other than a black background please see our etched plates beginning with the reference FEPSP.

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North East Region - WATERSLIDE TRANSFERS WHITE ON BLACK

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Paint Manufacturer No
Plate type No
Scale 4mm/00-1:76
General Paints Range/Accessories No
REFERENCE-NO FRH4098/003
Class - Etched Numberplates No
Class - Etched Nameplates No
Product Type RAILWAY
Font No
Alphabet Height No
Lining Depth No
Paint Base No
Paint Finish No
Paint Volume No
Company British Railways Eastern/North Eastern Region
Model Type LOCOMOTIVES/TENDERS
Period NATIONALISATION 1 January 1948 to August 1968
Transfer Type SHEDCODES
Paint Shade No
Special Price No

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LOCO SHEDS AND THEIR CODES

The attached list includes that published by Ian Allan Ltd in their ‘ABC of British Locomotives’ to whom we direct our thanks for their permission to publish these details. The sheds named are only those which had an allocation of engines, and does not include overnight stabling or signing-on points. Main area sheds are shown in bold type, and subsheds are indented from, and listed under, their parent shed. Those sheds listed which do not carry a name had been closed by the time the above list was compiled. We understand that some of these plates are suitable for use on LMS-theme layouts. The first list shown gives the allocations as at 1952. Later in the 1950s there was a certain amount of reorganisation and the second list gives the position by 1957.

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