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    Photo Copyright: Mark Jamieson



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    xx/xx/xx: 47423 at Exeter, 1A21.
    Photo Copyright: Phil Grint

    xx/xx/xx: 47430, 1A21.
    Photo Copyright: Phil Grint

    xx/xx/xx: 47465 at Newbury with 1F41, a Newbury-Paddington service.
    Photo Copyright: Phil Grint

    xx/xx/xx: A bit further away from Network SouthEast land, presumably after the NSE workings were replaced by units, 47581 at Crewe with 1F24 to Liverpool, probably diverted from Crewe via either Warrington or Manchester - hence the lack of electric loco.
    Photo Copyright: Phil Grint

    xx/xx/xx: 47582 'County of Norfolk' at Penzance.
    Photo Copyright: David Roberts

    xx/xx/xx: Seen later in it's final livery, 47710 at Birmingham New Street on an unknown date working a Virgin liveried service (so post-97 at least). 47701, 47703, 47709, 47712 and carried this original red-stripe version of Fragonset's livery, 47715 also received the livery but never worked a main-line train in it. 47355, 47375 and 47832 also had black based liveries and the same grey rooves, 355 with red Fragonset wording, 375 with no branding (never used in service by Fragonset - sold to Cotswold/Advenza) and 47832 which was branded with the later FM Rail logo.
    Photo Copyright: Simon Travers


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