In a normal auction VAT is added to the buyers premium only.
Sounds like Jennifer is a mini Maerdy Monster, alright in shorts spurts but no good on long runs.
Well, work on the Dee bridge has progressed right through this crisis. Is that proof, enough?
Given that nearly every heritage railway in the country has received considerable amounts of government money in the last nine months just to...
Isn't 5952's bogie on 6880?
The Tornado publicity machine are responsible for its popularity.
Even the A4s had a regular freight turn. The Kings Cross (Goods) to Niddrie (Edinburgh) vans.
The deed was done in April 1963. I know not where.
This should help.
It needed an overhaul, but Tyseley were prepared to do it as part of the asking price.
You must add on the steaming fees to the cost of any hired in loco as well as the cost for routine maintenance.
I think that the National Museum of Wales might have something to say about 7754 being sold. They gifted it to the Trust. Quite frankly, I can't...
It is a different ball game in Wales, isn't it? I know you can get your hair cut there, unlike England.
Are you referring to the engineering operations required to keep the railway running or to the errant contract engineering operation?
Where has this number of coaches suddenly appeared from?
Penistone to Huddersfield is definitely no go (6858).
7752 does not have outside cylinders to worry about.
Putting something that could fall off on the outside of a loco is a No No. Remember the A4.
Would the College of Heralds have anything to say...
Oh, I don't know. It is documented that crews at the ex- Midland Railway shed at Rowsley, on the Manchester Central to Derby line, would go off...
I think that the most obvious case of this was the LNWR Super D. Somewhat different than other steam locos!
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