There's a slightly revised TT on the website (see front page) but the majority of it is the same.
Here's hoping. Might pop down one Sunday before it finishes! It would be quite nice for it to carry on next year too!
Believe it's just turn...
Is the Sunday diesel turn likely to happen for the rest of the season when the Countryman is running?
For future reference:
98 - Steam TOPS class. 7 - BR Power Class 67- Last two digits of running number (unless taken)
E.g. 98872 is Flying...
Shown allocated 98767 on TRUST
50027 "Lion" also working the old Wanderer diagram too. 1000/1310/1505 ex Alresford, 1118/1415/1635 ex Alton
Funnily enough it was only changed from a class 8 last weekend to fit more in with the passenger duties that it was being used for!
20059+20188 booked to work as a pair both days on the Wanderer diagram, (Sat Pax/Sun Freight)
I know diesel wise it's a class 20, I'm sure someone will have the steam gen in due course
Another day spent with the 2H today. Unloaded some more equipment before giving it a proper wash over with a team of 4 of us. Now looking a lot...
Photos on Facebook suggest that the chopper has landed at Alresford (20188)
From a diesel crank's perspective, blow up, burst, expire, jack etc. are all interchangeable terms for failure.
Speaking of diesels, good to see...
Not on the bigger railways usually. Some of the smaller railways run reduced fares when it's DMU/Diesel vice steam but it's not common place...
That's something I noticed too when I popped down for a trip behind 50027 on Sunday morning (starting from East Midlands Airport!)
Further diesel update, 50027 should be working the Alton diagram tomorrow vice steam
Update: 50027 working vice 20059 tomorrow
As a heads up this Saturday's wanderer is booked to be 20059 subject to the usual
For those interested 50027 is booked out on the Watercress Wanderer this Sunday
Fingers crossed it'll be allowed out to play a once or twice a year!
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