Interesting to see that we have another A4, White Rose, making it into preservation. I have actually one story of a man I knew who works with the SRPS who almost bought Kingfisher at Aberdeen Ferryhill just when John Cameron bought Union of South Africa but pull out at the last minute for personal reasons, he does though regret not getting her though knowing that it circumstances weren't all that bad.. Quite a thought that IOTL we could've had two A4's working during those early preservation days and no doubt Kingfisher would be then be part of the SRPS fleet in the long-term. Wonder how many A4's have survived into preservation and where each of them have ended up ITTL? I get the feeling that the LNER will still have a number of locomotives that have survived here rather than just being a last member of the class that represents them E.G Flying Scotsman and Great Marquess. I'd like the idea of another A3 that survives, maybe Papyrus? That was one of the Scottish built A3's that that would no doubt find itself in the SRPS collection if it had happened to survive the scrapper's torch.