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4930 - the Journey Home

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The Engine House banner attached to the loco hand rails whilst still in the Mc Arthur Glen Designer Outlet. Photo by: Duncan Ballard.

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Three of the committee busy preparing 4930 for her first movement in 8 years. Photo by: Angela Hall.

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4930 out in the open at last. Photo by: Duncan Ballard.

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The Engine House banner secured in place for transport. Photo by: Duncan Ballard.

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Hagley Hall leaves the Mc Arthur Glen Designer Outlet at approx 15:20 on 7th June 2007. Photo by: Duncan Ballard.

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4930 on the A456 island in Hagley on route to Hagley Hall. Photo by: Bob Sweet.

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4930 stands outside Hagley Hall. Photo by: Duncan Ballard.

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Lady Dowager Viscountess Cobham on the front of 4930. Photo by: Bob Sweet.

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Almost all of the committee and the Locomotive posing in front of Hagley Hall. Photo by: Bob Sweet.

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The committee toast the engine. Photo by: Bob Sweet.

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4930 heading home through Blakedown village, not so far away from the OW&W main line where she would have run at some point in her career. Photo by: Bob Sweet.

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Back home! 4930 Hagley Hall arrives back at Kidderminster after an 8 year stay at Swindon. 8th June 2007. Photo by: Duncan Ballard.

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4930 being un-loaded at Kidderminster. Photo By Keith Hall

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Final adjustments before re-uniting the loco and tender. Photo by Angela Hall

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Tender and engine pushed together. Photo by Angela Hall

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Draw bar pins inserted, engine and tender re-united. Photo by Angela Hall

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Being shunted away for the night. Photo by Angela Hall

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During the shunt. Photo by Angela Hall

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Members of the committee during the first working day 10th June 2007. From the left is Andy Sweet, Duncan Ballard, Chris Baines and Keith Hall. Photo by Angela Hall