On display at the Coalville stabling point "Open Day" held on 5th June 1988 was Tinsley allocated Class 47/0 No. 47207 'Bulmers of Hereford' in a non standard Railfreight Distribution two tone grey livery. It carried large black '207' numerals on both front ends between the headcode box marker lights, larger than standard numbers below the left hand bodyside window, rather than on the cabside, and the nameplates were mounted higher on the bodysides and straddled both shades of the grey livery. Entering service from Crewe North shed in August 1965 she was scrapped by C F Booth, Rotherham during January 2005.
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