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The Annesley "running board" 31/3/64
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Sounds of Steam:

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"9F" 2-10-0 no.92095 (above) heads through Nottingham Victoria and into Mansfield Road tunnel with a down "Runner" in May 1958

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The Annesley "Running Board" Tuesday 31st March 1964

note: This table lists all the workings originating from Annesley MPD on this date. It does not include cancelled workings, or jobs we relieved at Annesley South Jct, No.4 box or Newstead GN. I have included reporting numbers where known.

01.30
London
73045 (1G)
02.10
Woodford (8B28)
92033
02.20
London (1M51)
60847 (50A)
02.25
Nottingham (6D27)
03.05
Woodford (8B29)
92096
03.30
Woodford (8B30)
92071
03.50
Woodford (8B31)
92067
04.30
Leicester (8F01)
92069
05.18
Woodford (8B33)
92014
05.45
Kirkby Pilot
48117
05.50
Grimsby (4E00)
61003 (40B)
06.00
No.2 Pilot (am)
06.00
Shed Shunt
92043
06.00
Woodford (8B34)
06.05
90480 (36A)
06.20
Drakelow
06.20
61218 (56B)
07.10
Frodingham (7N64)
63692 (36E)
07.18
07.30
Woodford (8B37)
92072

07.40

Rugby (2B59)

44846

08.15

London (1B93)

45417 (14A)

08.18

New Clee (5E01) 

08.25

Woodford (8B38)

92132

08.38

Pleasley

48378

08.48

Rotherwood

92090

09.25

92093

09.30

92073

09.48

92011

10.27

Frodingham (7E40)

90432 (40E)

11.00

92013

11.05

Stanton

90154 (36A)

11.15

11.15

Leicester

45333 (15C)

12.02

92088

13.00

Burton

92155 (21A)

13.07

92074

13.30

92095

13.35

92068

13.45

92033

14.05

Summit

90480 (36A)

14.30

Woodford (8B49)

92067

15.25

Burton

44965 (21A)

15.45

Bulwell - Wdfd (8B50)

92096

16.20

C & W Pilot

45215

16.25

92014

16.36

Stanton

90577 (36E)

17.10

Woodford (8B53)

92109

17.15

60877 (50A)

18.15

Rugby (2B59)

76036 (14A)

18.40

Stanton

48037

19.25

Woodford (3V11)

92071

19.40

Banbury (5V52)

92070 (15A)

20.20

Sheffield

48079

20.30

Burton

20.30

Ardsley (5N38)

61218 (56B)

20.40

Woodford (8B56)

92013

20.40

Ickles

90108 (36C)

21.05

Mansfield C.S. (7E71)

48142

22.30

Woodford (8B60)

92090

22.45

Wichnor

48168

23.30

Sheffield (5E32)

90154 (36A)

23.55

Ardwick - London (5M25)

92075

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No.1 Pilot

D3860

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No.2 Pilot (pm)

D3861

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No.3 Pilot

D3859

As can be seen, of the eight passenger duties, only two, the 07.40 Rugby and the 11.15 London, were being worked by Annesley engines, an indication of the sorry state of the "Royal Scots" at this time! The 11.15 London, incidentally was the return of the early morning "newspaper" stock. While not strictly a passenger working, it was always classed as such.