Ex-LNWR 2F 0-6-0 No 8529 is seen on another occasion standing at platform two at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger service circa 1936. The locomotive was obviously good at holding its pressure as it is blowing off its safety valves as was seen in image 'lnwrlave1359'.
The LNWR 0-6-0 Cauliflower class were famous and powerful engines with larger cylinders and wheels designed for express goods but also often used on passenger trains. They could be distinguished by the humps in the footplate to clear the connecting rod pins and by the company crest on the centre splashers , which earned them the Cauliflower nickname from its appearance at a distance. The first ten had H-spoke wheels for which they were named duckfoots (from Webb?) but the rest had the more elegant spoked wheels. The original wooden brake blocks were later replaced by cast iron blocks. Buffer beams were wood, and sanding was at the front only, supplied from a box ahead of the leading splasher.