Prior to Harry Needle Railroad Company Website company also recovered valuable spares from scrapped railway vehicles, either on the vehicle owners site, or at the European Metal Recycling scrapyard in Kingsbury.

HNRC was established in For scrapped locomotives, see below. HNRC also operates as a scrap dealer, dismantling redundant locomotives and rolling stock, either on site, or at the scrapyard in Kingsbury.

Details of all locomotives scrapped are shown below. Those listed in bold were dismantled at Kingsbury. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Harry Needle Railroad Company Type. Barrow Hill Engine Shed. Harry Needle Railroad Company Website 1 November Retrieved 11 June British railway spot-hire companies.

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By using this Raioroad, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Barrow Hill Engine ShedEngland. Stored at Barrow Hill. Operational at Barrow Hill. Stored at the Wensleydale Railway. Operational at the East Kent Railway. Operational at Ferrybridge power stations.

Operational at the Wensleydale Railway. Sold and Preserved at Peak Rail in Sold and Preserved at the East Lancashire Railway in Sold and Preserved on Vale of Glamorgan Railway in ICI Blue. Sold, Vale of Glamorgan Railway.

Sold to Riviera Trains at Crewe in Operational, Didcot Railway Centre. Awaiting Reactivation at Barrow Hill. Stored at Hope Cement WorksCastleton.

Stored at Nemesis RailBurton-upon-Trent. Sold to Cotswold Rail in Stored at the East Lancashire Railway. Harry Needle Railroad Company Website and preserved at the Severn Valley Railway in Sold and preserved at West Somerset Railway in Sold and Preserved.

Renumbered to in October as replacement for the fire-damaged Mid Hants machine. Preserved at Battlefield Line in Harry Needle Railroad Company Website Withdrawn to the Aln Valley Railway. Corus Yellow. Barrow Hill Depot. Scrapped by CF Booth in Mainline Operational with GB Railfreight. Regional Railways. Sold to Network Rail Neevle Preserved on Ecclesbourne Valley Railway in Preserved on South Devon Railway in Preserved at Battlefield Line. Preserved on West Somerset Railway in The Burma Star.

Railfreight Distribution. Preserved on Epping Ongar Railway in Network Rail Yellow. Reinstated for use with Network Rail in as Trainload Freight Grey. Preserved at Verizon Phone Company Rail Allenco Energy Company Sold to Direct Rail Services in Preserved at Barrow Hill Engine Shed in Sold to West Gayle Manufacturing Company Caldwell Railways in Preserved on Battlefield Line in Mainline Freight.

Sold and Preserved on South Devon Railway in Sold to Direct Rail Services inScrapped in Scrapped by European Metal Recycling in Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Sold to Nemesis RailBurton-upon-Trent. Rail Express Systems.

Fragonset Railways. Anglia Railways Turquoise. Haymarket [9]. Carriage warmer at Worksop yard [10]. Preserved on Vale of Glamorgan Railway in Bought and stored by West Coast Railways in Virgin CrossCountry. Owned by Riviera Trains. Sold to Rail Operations Group in Co,pany. British Transport Police. Gordon Highlander. Advenza Freight Blue. Neevle Executive. - HNRC

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