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Julian Bowden-Green
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1862F SMU862N
1903F GHV515N

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Baker Street Station

Date added to site
24/12/2006

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Details: This is Baker Street Station on 9th April 1977. Service vehicles could always be found parked on the station forecourt, and on this date they included Ford Escort vans 1862F and 1903F. Although both N-registered, they feature two different designs of front end. 1903F was one of several vans to be painted in tangerine rather than LT red and a slight difference in the shades is discernible. 1862F had recently transferred from the Signal Engineer (for which it was still lettered) to the Chief Electrical Engineer.
In the 21st century, service vehicles can only be seen here late at night. Indeed a very similar view to this was taken earlier this month (showing Ford Ranger 5953F).

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