Bachmann J39 renumbering

Hi all.
I'm in the process of renumbering a Bachmann J39 for c. 1962, but though
I've looked up some information on numbering, have not been able to find a
suitable photo or data to support what I would like to do.
Can anyone advise me which J39s were around in 1962 with the slab sided
tender, and even better, which ones of those had a late BR crest (if any).
Many thanks in advance,
Ian J.
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Ian J.
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On Friday, in article snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com "Ian J." wrote:
Yeadon's, vol 11 p 53: 64795 w/straight-sided tender & late crest in May 1961. Allocated to St Margarets from March 1959 and Dunfermline from Jan 1962. Withdrawn Dec 1962.
That's the only such one in there; there's a couple with stepped-out tenders & late crests.
Tim
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Thanks for that. will do 64795 as that's a pretty much perfect fit as you describe it.
Ian J.
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Ian J.
Just out of interest, can you let me know what the numbers were for the J39's with stepped out tenders?
Thanks,
Ian J.
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Ian J.
On Saturday, in article snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com "Ian J." wrote:
64739 (with Gorton dome cover) - Annesley engine in 1962; wdn 31/10/62. 64812 (w/overhead warning flashes) - Sunderland in 1962; wdn 3/12/62.
64795 had a circular cover for the base of the safety valves, BTW.
64739 and 64812 should have 3500 gallon tenders according to the Greenie Part 6A; 64795 should be a 4200 gallon one
Tim
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On Saturday, in article snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com "Ian J." wrote:
And the Greenie has a shot of 64910 at York with a 4200-gallon straight-sided tender and late crest (with the coal division plate further forward and made higher, it says...). Allocated to Heaton 15/1/61; to Alnmouth 19/8/62; wdn 23/11/62.
Tim
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> On Saturday, in article > > snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com "Ian J." wrote: > > >> That's the only such one in there; there's a couple with stepped-out > >> tenders & late crests. > >> > >> Tim > > > >Just out of interest, can you let me know what the numbers were for the > >J39's with stepped out tenders? > > And the Greenie has a shot of 64910 at York with a 4200-gallon > straight-sided tender and late crest (with the coal division plate > further forward and made higher, it says...). Allocated to Heaton > 15/1/61; to Alnmouth 19/8/62; wdn 23/11/62. > > Tim > > -- > --------------------------------------------------------------------------
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