In sidings and sheds on preserved railways the length of the country are locomotives waiting on volounteers, money, time and facilites to rebuild them and put them to work on the railway. Although, at least to my eyes, diesel locomotives do not have the glamour of steam there are others that think otherwise. Not a bad thing either.
Here Class 37 locomotive 37242 is in the holding sidings at Barrow Hill roundhouse gently decaying until it's turn arrives.
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