Photos of 86213

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82008 and E3035 (83012) were hauled to Crewe by three Class 50s and displayed at the east end of the depot. This overview shows 76076, 92022, E3035, 82008, 86417, 86213, 220016 and 47306.

Also on site was another 86 that would feature in the group's story. 86213 Lancashire Witch was stabled alongside 86417 (left).

Another view of 86213 in the yard at Barrow Hill, complete with matching stock. After putting the battery isolating switch in the auxiliary compressor started up; a first for any loco in our care!

Another slightly different angle on 86213.

The restoration team gather round 86213, parked in prime position in the yard. From left to right: Nigel, Owen, Martin, Pickle, Glenn, Rob M, Linda, Andy and Petrina.

The low sun makes an interesting composition of 86213, 85101, 83012 and 84009 in the yard at Barrow Hill.

86213 gleams in the sunlight, on display in the yard.

86213's cab was opened up for visits and proved very popular.

The other locomotives were lined up behind 86213: 85101, 84001 and E3035 (83012) provide interesting livery contrasts.

There was a covering of snow by the end of the week - 86213, 85101, E3035 (83012) and 73119 sit in this wintry scene.

Not many preservation venues can offer this sort of electric line up: from left to right are E3044 (84009), 86213, 85101, E3035 (83012) and 27000.

All the AC fleet bar 84001 was put on show In the new commercial shed. From left to right are E3003 (81002), 82008, 83012, 85101 and 86213.

This view of E3003 (81002) and 86213 shows the advanced state of construction of the new shed.

This view of E3003 (81002) and 86213 through the side wall of the shed was short-lived, as cladding was applied shortly after the gala.

86213 stabled at Wembley.

86213 stabled at Wembley alongside an EWS 90.

Prior to the line up, all the 87s were stabled along with 86213 in the Cripple Siding. From left to right are 87001, 87012, 87010, 87019, 87002, 87004, 87030, 87031 and 86213.

As the line-up takes shape, a view from the yard with 87004, 87030, 87031 and 86213 on the left; 87001, 87002, 87010, 87012 and 87019 from left to right in the distance.

One preserved, one almost preserved... 87001 and 86213 stand coupled together at Wembley prior to their movement to Crewe Works Open Weekend.

On the Friday morning, 87002, 87001 and 86213 await collection at Wembley.

Following a fire on the locomotive that was booked to haul 86213, 87001 and 87002 to Crewe, the move looked to be in doubt. Virgin Trains came to the rescue and provided 57308 to haul the three north. Here 57308 is coupled to the rake ready for departure.

Meanwhile, on Friday evening, exhibits continued to arrive; 57308 brought 86213, 87001 and 87002 from Wembley. The locos were parked in the reception sidings overnight and shunted into position on Saturday morning.

Early on Saturday, before the public were allowed on site, 86213 was moved via the traverser into position ahead of the rest of the ACLG fleet.

86213 joins the line-up on Saturday morning.

A view down the electric line as the crowds surge in on Saturday morning. 87001 stands alongside 86213.

A symmetrical view between 87001 and 86213, with 87002 beyond.

Driver Ken greets cab visitors on Saturday afternoon whilst Bob undertakes crowd control duties at the foot of 86213's steps.

Not impressed by the weather... Driver Ken peers out of 86213.

A view down the line-up early on Sunday morning, with 87002, 87001, 86213, 89001, 85101, 84001, 83012, 82008 and 73138 all visible to a greater or lesser extent.

On 15th September the first return loco move was made, when 87002, 86213 and 87001 were hauled back to Wembley by 57312.

Another view from the Silverlink Swansong railtour as it passed through Wembley shed - here 86213 sits outside in the company of a Class 325.
       

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