Dave Hill has kindly sent me photos of locos at Grantham shed and station from his spotting trips in the early 1960s.

60111 ‘Enterprise’ in the shed yard on September 8th 1962

60001 ‘Sir Ronald Matthews’ at Grantham shed on September 8th 1962

60021 ‘Wild Swan’ April 16th 1960

60021 ‘Wild Swan’ with an up express April 23rd 1962

60055 ‘Woolwinder’ approaches the station on April 15th 1961

60055 ‘Woolwinder’ appears to have taken full advantage of the coaler, April 15th 1961.

An A3 heads towards North Box on April 14th 1960, before the original GN platform lamps were replaced by the new BR versions.

67741 waits in the shed yard, while a Peak diesel arrives with an up express. Behind the peak, a 114 DMU is likely about to work a Lincoln service, and the non-vestibule stock in the down bay is most likely for a stopping train to Nottingham (maybe even with 67741 in charge). August 4th 1962

63943 may be about to work another High Dyke to Frodingham iron ore train on a sunny 4th August 1962. A V2 is behind the O2.

61163 is a visitor from Colwick (40E) on April 23rd 1962.

60903 is a Kings Cross (34A) loco, presumably heading for the loco spur south of the station in order to take over an up service. 23rd April 1962.

4th August 1962, and Kings Cross based V2 60854 is seen in the shed yard.

60138 ‘Boswell’ is a visitor from York, and awaits her next turn of duty on September 8th 1962.

New England’s 60504 ‘Mons Meg’ is seen under the sheerlegs by the side of the loco shed on June 4th 1960. She has only 8 month’s active life left; withdrawal coming in January 1961.

A long time March V2, now transferred briefly to Grantham. This is 60830 on September 8th 1962, but not quite obscuring the L1 2-6-4T behind. 60830 would be withdrawn 9 months later (and all the remaining L1 class before that date).