Cannock and Rugeley Colliery no.9, out in the open CRC no.9 in the yard at Cannock. CRC no.9 on shed. CRC no.9 hauling a special passenger train. The E1 in the yard at Cranmore, after is rebuild in 1994. 110 at the Chasewater Railway, after been renumbered to 32110, which would have been its BR number, but one which it never carried. Photo from the 2nd edition Stock Book. The E1 partially dismantled in preparation for restoration, with some of the volunteers involved in the project. 110 in the yard at Cranmore 110 in the yard at Cranmore before its overhaul had started. Picture from the 3rd edition Stock Book. 110 in the loco depot yard, with a face attached for a Thomas event. LBSCR E1 No.110 stands in Cranmore Station with Driver Brian Laitt and Fireman John Scott. Note that the step into the cab makes John look much taller than Brian. LBSCR E1 No.110 stands in Cranmore Station. LBSCR E1 No.110 shunting in the Motive Power Depot, with driver and owner Dickie Bellchambers. LBSCR E1 No.110 in the Motive Power Depot, with driver and owner Dickie Bellchambers. E1 no.110 shunts with a brake van in the depot on a wet April day. E1 no.110 climbing up through Doulting Cutting, heading towards Merryfield Lane. E1 no.110 climbing the bank towards Maesdown Bridge. The E1 starts its cosmetic restoration