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The NER 69023 was delivered to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway in 1969 where it was restored with its original number, in N.E.R. livery and named 'Joem', this being taken from the names of his father Joseph, 50 years service with the L.N.W.R., and his mother Emmeline. Later 'Joem' saw service on the Derwent Valley Railway at York but following the death of its owner the locomotive was put into store at the National Railway Museum, awaiting disposal.

69023 was then purchased by the N.E.L.P.G. and delivered to Grosmont in January 1983, remaining in traffic until late 1985 before undergoing overhaul at I.C.I. Wilton. At the same time a repaint in N.E.R./BR pattern lined green was undertaken, this style of livery was inspired by British Railways action in repainting two J72's No’s 68723 and 68736, for use on station pilot duties at Newcastle and York in N.E.R. green in the early 1960's.

Following restoration at ICI Wilton 69023 returned to the N.Y.M.R. where it regularly hauled lightweight trains as well as its more usual role of station pilot at Grosmont. Being small and easily transportable by road 69023 also visited many other railways, including the North Norfolk, Yorkshire Dales, South Devon Steam, East Somerset, Swanage, Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, the Great Western Society at Didcot and it also attend open days at Hartlepool Power Station and BR’s Thornaby depot.

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Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper is a silver halide colour paper, designed exclusively to produce high-image-quality colour prints. This paper incorporates latest silver halide emulsion technology, coupler technology and layer design technology.

Tags:
##green ##railway ##trains ##steam engine #heritage railway ##steam locomotive ##nymr ##ner 69023 joem ##north yorkshire moors railway 
NER 69023 Joem (2019)
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by David Ireland

£45

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The NER 69023 was delivered to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway in 1969 where it was restored with its original number, in N.E.R. livery and named 'Joem', this being taken from the names of his father Joseph, 50 years service with the L.N.W.R., and his mother Emmeline. Later 'Joem' saw service on the Derwent Valley Railway at York but following the death of its owner the locomotive was put into store at the National Railway Museum, awaiting disposal.

69023 was then purchased by the N.E.L.P.G. and delivered to Grosmont in January 1983, remaining in traffic until late 1985 before undergoing overhaul at I.C.I. Wilton. At the same time a repaint in N.E.R./BR pattern lined green was undertaken, this style of livery was inspired by British Railways action in repainting two J72's No’s 68723 and 68736, for use on station pilot duties at Newcastle and York in N.E.R. green in the early 1960's.

Following restoration at ICI Wilton 69023 returned to the N.Y.M.R. where it regularly hauled lightweight trains as well as its more usual role of station pilot at Grosmont. Being small and easily transportable by road 69023 also visited many other railways, including the North Norfolk, Yorkshire Dales, South Devon Steam, East Somerset, Swanage, Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, the Great Western Society at Didcot and it also attend open days at Hartlepool Power Station and BR’s Thornaby depot.

All my Images are "Limited Signed Prints"

SALES TAX NON EU

Important notice for buyers: Customers are solely responsible for all duties, import taxes and brokerage fees. These are not included in the cost of shipping or handling of your order. Customs, duty, and taxes are non-refundable.

PLEASE NOTE

There will need to be an additional boarder around the image when mounting to take into account All Titles, Signatures and Editions if you want to display these.

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

In the unlikely event that the print should arrive damaged, or simply just does not meet your expectation, I will make my absolute best to remedy the situation. There is also a 7-day money-back guarantee so that you can feel confident with your purchase.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

All images are copyright protected and if copied and sold without the express permission of the Artist outside of this site will be classed as none commissioned and incur costs at a value per image sold of £500 together with any Solicitor and Court costs where necessary.

Materials used:

Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper is a silver halide colour paper, designed exclusively to produce high-image-quality colour prints. This paper incorporates latest silver halide emulsion technology, coupler technology and layer design technology.

Tags:
##green ##railway ##trains ##steam engine #heritage railway ##steam locomotive ##nymr ##ner 69023 joem ##north yorkshire moors railway 
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