Footage of D400 thundering past Helwith Bridge heading the Cumbrian Mountaineer from Tyseley to Carlisle this afternoon.
Footage of 46115 this morning coasting through Long Preston a few minutes early then roaring away from the Skipton stop past Cononley.
As I was unable to get further north today due to other commitments, here are a pair of shots of 4498 in Lancashire at Hoghton outbound and...
Footage of 35018 blasting up Langho yesterday evening making the 1 in 80 look easy.
Footage of 7029 in full flight passing Calveley this afternoon. As much as I would have liked (and had actually planned) to get 6233 too, the M56...
Footage of 6233 making heavy weather of the final mile to Ais Gill in the fading light this evening, along with 47773 at Coppull Moor this morning...
Footage of 45627 thundering away from Preston this morning (you'll recognise the location; Steve was stood next to me) followed by a steam in the...
Footage of 45699 roaring up Grayrigg at a blustery Meal Bank this morning, along with 86259 at Forton and 87002 on the Clansman also at Meal Bank....
Footage of 34067 heading the first steam hauled Northern Belle of the year this morning approaching Grayrigg Summit in a lucky break from the...
Footage of 45627 today at Lostock, Rimington, Helwith Bridge, Shap and Leyland, along with shots of the Blue Pullman at Blea Moor and Leyland....
Footage of 35018 today at Starricks Farm, Kettlesbeck, Ramsgreave Summit, Hoghton and Coppull Moor.
Footage of 61306 doing all the work up the grade from Wrenbury, along with a shot of the diesel leg at Waverton.
Footage of 34046 in fine form at Standish, Woodhouse and approaching Shap Summit this morning.
Footage of 35018 at Scout Green and Ais Gill, 6201 at Ais Gill and Dillicar Common and the Blue Pullman at Kirkby Stephen.
Footage of 35018 this afternoon at Crosby Garrett and Wilpshire.
Footage of 34046 working past a dull and wet Holme Chapel on the climb to Copy Pit.
Footage of 35018 slipping past Clapham then accelerating hard across the River Aire between Skipton and Cononley.
York ROC probably deserve some credit too for giving the tour a clear run that allowed so much time to be made up. It would have been all too easy...
Finally slipped its way past Clapham 75 late
From what I can hear up on Clapham Moor, sounds like it's slipped to a stand again, in exactly the same place that it did 3 years ago...
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