The h2 class however returned to the boat trains after the end of the war and continued until the mid 1950s withdrawal edit one member of the class was withdrawn in 1949 but the remainder continued in regular use until 1956. No 39 was named la france from jun 1913 to jan 1926 following its use on the train for a state visit of the french president this was the only brighton atlantic to carry a name in lbscr days. Click here for latest progress february 2019 see the unofficial 32424 beachy head facebook fan group back in october 2000 the bluebell railway announced its intention to reconstruct a brighton h2 atlantic based on sr br period beachy head the loco that was cut up at eastleigh just before the bluebell was formed. In 1911 the last year of marshs reign at brighton there was a need for further large express engines so five more atlantics were built these h2 class locomotives were very similar to the h1 class but were superheated and had larger cylinders with the boiler pressure reduced to 170 lb sq in. Bucher fremdsprachig wahlen sie die abteilung aus in der sie suchen mochten
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