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Southern Steam Operation 1966-67

The Waterloo-Bournemouth Line has often been referred to as 'Britain's last steam-worked main line' and at the start of summer 1966 it remained steam-worked Monday-Friday, with the weekends taken over by Crompton Type 3 diesels. From here on however there was a steady decline in steam services and the final end came on Sunday 9 July 1967.

IA N637

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