Isle of Wight: Railways 

Dewi Williams

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My first visit - in 1946 - was when my father returned from army service (demobbed).
My second visit was with the Kenton Railway Club.

For modern pictures of Isle of Wight trains, see 2004 IOW line

WARNING! Most pictures are raw, "as-scanned". I'll edit, crop and retouch each of them in due course.


Click on the thumbnail to get the Big Picture.

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Isle of Wight: loco no. 33 "Bembridge", 0-4-4T at Freshwater 
 
 Photographed on  1946-09-04
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Isle of Wight: loco no. 33 "Bembridge", 0-4-4T at Freshwater 
 
 Photographed on  1946-09-04
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Tank loco at Sandown, Isle of Wight 
 
 Photographed on  1949-05-29
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0-4-4-T no. 14 at Brading, Isle of Wight 
 
 Photographed on  1949-05-29
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Ventnor station, Isle of Wight (in excavation) 
 
 Photographed on  1949-05-29
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Ventnor Station, Isle of Wight (notice caves used for storage in freight yard) 
 
 Photographed on  1949-05-29
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0-4-4-T no. 24 at Ventnor, Isle of Wight 
 
 Photographed on  1949-05-29
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Tank loco no. 18 at Ventnor, Isle of Wight. Trains could only get here through a tunnel: the tunnel mouth is visible in the background. 
 
 Photographed on  1949-05-29
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0-4-4T no. 24 at Ryde Pier-head in evening sunlight. 
 
 Photographed on  1949-05-29
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loco no. 26 "Whitewell", Isle of WIght 
 
 Photographed on  1949-05-29

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