I'm sure if some had made Barry we would have more preserved.
You're not wrong there. On Facebook there is a group for the residents of my town to share info, seek advice etc. Of late it seems to have been...
Did the same to a Lanc. Scroll down past the Wellington.
Here's a colour image of Ralph's. It was a Mk.II Lancaster used as a test bed for the Metro-Vic Beryl jet engine....
Not the only one.
Nice film spoiled by the music. :(
NR could do with their gardening expertise in many locations.
Lineside observation has noted a number of 2x5 sets in service.
Or maybe not if Britfoamer's photo at Lincoln is anything to go by.
Maybe insufficient power to restart on a 1 in 60 but if sufficient adhesion was available then the train wouldn't have slipped to a stand on the...
It’s not “insufficienct power at the rail” but simply adhesion. You could argue there was too much power at the rail for the available adhesion.
The second shot is superb IMO.
It was a passenger in the end. Didn't see a freight all the while I was there.
Lekker foto meneer.
Those who own Rollers don't brag about it so I reckon he's got a Reliant van a la Del Boy. :)
According to Wikipedia : "Using differential gearing to transmit the power, it was built as a 4-8-4 with the coupling rods connecting the centre...
Sounds like a plan.
Tempted to book on that as if all goes according to plan, I'll be retired and can indulge such things without agonising over shutting the shop or not.
I appreciate there will be those who are aware of the operating principles involved but when people start speculating as to who said what to whom,...
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