DescriptionPrivately owned 47799 stands at Warcop on the Eden Valley Railway. This was owned by DB Schenker, formerly EWS, and was named "Prince Harry" and was used as the Royal Train locomotive along with sister 47798, the latter being named "Prince William". The nameplates on 47799 have since been taken off and sold in auction. Sister locomotive 47798 is part of the national collection at the National Railway Museum in York, and frequently sees mainline use on shuttles to and from the museum to Shildon Museum, County Durham.
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Added by: Simon Cotterill
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Picture Taken: 2012-04-09T12:43:01