|Photo: Charles Moorhen|
A night photo of Class 57307 DRS Diesel Locomotive 'Lady Penelope', named after the popular UK Thunderbirds TV series, standing in a former bay platform looking bright and clean after a sudden downpour at Rugby railway station on the 25th August 2016.
The locomotive was built on the 20 September 1965 by Brush Traction at Loughborough.
It originally carried the number D1901, later to be renumbered 47225.
Apart from its 'Lady Penelope' name, it has also carried the name, 'Cable Thieves: We're Watching You'.
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