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EE TYPE 3 CLASS 37

The Class 37 Diesel Locomotive, also known as the English Electric Type 3, was built at the Vulcan Foundry, Newton-le-Willows, in a Co-Co configuration. They were built to undertake both freight and passenger work across all BR sectors. They proved to be very reliable and after later overhaul many survived in service across the BR network into the 1990s. A number of the class have been preserved.

LPAP-DSL-CO-0113 
 37263 sits at Cambridge after arrival on 2G73, the 1716 from Ipswich. This train was loco hauled 'vice unit' due to Ipswich Town FC playing at home, on the 2nd March 1985. This was one of the last steam heat workings in East Anglia. 
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37263 sits at Cambridge after arrival on 2G73, the 1716

from Ipswich. This train was loco hauled 'vice unit' due to Ipswich Town FC playing at home, on the 2nd March 1985. This was one of the last steam heat workings in East Anglia.