There was always going to be a diesel on the back?
Agreed that is also a fine shot but the winter shot is more apt for a birthday in December.
The one at Birketts in the snow would be brilliant thank you very much.
We expect nothing less from Ian and his team.. [ATTACH]
Hot boxes have been repaired in sidings before.
Thanks, I'll get in touch in a few days if he does not contact me first.
Request, has anyone got an action shot of SG that I could use to make a birthday card for my brother.
No 9 ambling through Acton Bridge in murky weather, following the Liverpool - B'ham stopper, and thanks to Mick Kelly for the cheery wave as he...
The spies have been alerted.
Once you are getting into your retirement it does tend to go faster each year. :(
This time of the year it would be wise to use something that can provide heat for the train, always assuming the VT stock is dual heat.
But wouldn't there still be the need for a pilot who does sign the route?
Particularly with nearly 3 hours between Miles Platting and Thorpes Bridge.
The result of a comparatively light 'unit' type train meeting a fairly heavy diesel loco, and the former stopping abruptly.
A 'Brunnel' no could be confused with some guy, a 'Tunbridge', ah I've got it, a 'Tudge'. :)
Is the difference that a bridge was built specifically to get a road or railway over the railway and a tunnel as a way through higher ground where...
Just a minute, do I detect some in jokes here. :rolleyes:
I had noticed that and wondered.
I believe 45407 and 44871 had stopped at Carnforth en route home from FW to have something attended to that could not be done at Bury, therefore...
Ah right hadn't seen that but still might head out anyway.
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