Indeed it does. I’m tempted to toddle off up there in spite of the heat.
Do the locos still have the spark arresters fitted that they carried when working at Bowaters?
What a silly post. You do realise that in the event of a lineside fire spreading on to neighbouring property, the railway in all probability will...
C’est la vie. Have the delights of the Swedish railcar instead.
As a result of a line side fire, the NVR has instigated a steam ban with immediate effect.
That’s not no.22, that’s Lion.
That could well be my mic out of the middle door of the leading carriage.
You'd have thought they could have found a bigger headboard. :D
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Should have been 60009 from Edinburgh to York but a hot box forced a late change to 4498 from Newcastle. Drove all the way to Beningborough to...
September 1975, the Bristolian Tynesider. Stood in a vestibule all the way from Tamworth to Newcastle and back again to Sheffield where steam came...
If it’s Coventry No.1, that has never been lined AFAIK. Was certainly unlined when it was a mainstay of services many years ago.
Bluebell giving notice of cancellation would depend on when the problem was discovered and when they were informed FS couldn’t be repaired in time.
Nene Valley is going diesel this coming weekend.
You could always go into the Station Tavern and experience the Basil Fawlty of North Yorkshire. :)
Oh dear. Glad nobody was hurt.
Certainly did in 1993.
So why have SD made a point of saying that passengers may be booked in a different type of carriage? Because their passengers are expecting...
A quick search has given this : 38 3650/038 650-8 Borsig 11419/1922
Interesting. Never been on a trip with people complaining about the noise of the loco being too loud.
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