40106 Class 40 'Atlantic Conveyor'(PID:43087050865) Source
posted by Roger Wasley alias Roger Wasley on Sunday 12th of August 2018 10:40:31 AM
Visiting Class 40 No. 40106 Atlantic Conveyor approaches Arley station en route from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster on the Severn Valley Railway. 40106 was named ‘Atlantic Conveyor’ in memory of the Cunard cargo ship and those on board who lost their lives in the 1982 Falklands war. The loco gained world-wide attention in a brief film career. Cleverly disguised as D326, the loco was used in a re-enactment of the ‘Great’ Train Robbery for the hit movie “Buster”. Filming took place at the Great Central Railway on 29th October 1987. Thanks for your visit… Any comment you make on my photograph is greatly appreciated and encouraging! But please do not use this image without permission.
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- Published 05.19.22
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