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Bath Road Depot
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5908 stands on the turntable at the back of the shed. © Gerald Peacock
Not even two years old, D817 Foxhound stands on an unfinished Bath Road shed during January 1962.
6024 stands on Bath Road. © Gerald Peacock
6141 during an open day. The Blue Pullman stands behind. © Gerald Peacock
6859 on shed. © Gerald Peacock
A view inside the newly built diesel depot. © Gerald Peacock
A photo taken during an open day on 20.3.65. C/o Julien Weston
An open day sometime around 1968. © Clive Moore
A general view of the shed. © Laurence Spring
Another shot showing a pre-tops 47 coming off shed. © Laurence Spring
D7076 on shed.
An awful photo of a couple of Westerns on shed at Bath Road. I include this because it's one of the first photos I ever took. It's a polaroid and the quality is rubbish.... but I love it :) D1010 and D1048 leave the depot and prepare to follow sister locos D1023 and D1013 to Plymouth as backup on the last day of the Westerns. 26.2.77.
47076 City of Truro. 17.3.78
Unique liveried 50019 was stabled at Bath Road on the same day.
37133 at Bath Road in the rather bland Departmental grey livery.
Two views of the depot entrance on the A4 Bath Road taken after the depot had closed. © Tim Venton
Thanks to Dave Gresham for sourcing the shots :) © Tim Venton
Poignant marks on the soon-to-be-demolished walls. © Mike P
A TPWS sign stands guard over the closed depot buildings. © Mike P