1hr 43mins
Dir: Herbert Wilcox
Starring: Anna Neagle and Michael Wilding

A married woman is believed dead but returns home with the Second World War at its height to find her husband has remarried

This drama was voted best British film of 1946 and despite the usual studio sets and reconstructions common at the time, it does include a couple of scenes filmed at London Waterloo station. ‘Lord Nelson’ LN Class 4-6-0 No.864 Sir Martin Frobisher is visible during these scenes and there is also a shot of an ex-LSWR L12 Class 4-4-0 passing through a station on an express.

This is a rare glimpse of the entrance on Waterloo Road to the tunnel that passes beneath the station which emerges on the opposite side in Lower Marsh Street
Although we don’t get to see all of the locomotive its identity is clear enough. Lord Nelson’ Class 4-6-0 No.864 Sir Martin Frobisher pulls its train out of Waterloo
An SR express in the hands of an ex-LSWR L12 Class 4-4-0 is captured, possibly on the approach to Berrylands