here is an interesting picture
I assumed it was referring to a Class 45 that had taken the name.
Are you getting 46112 mixed up with 45 231
Is the Garratt standard gauge?
I recall correspondence in the very early editions of Steam in the Peak (pre 1980), when South Africa was still an...
Do you know of 12 MK1s waiting to be restored and what asking price the owners are thinking of?
A sad loss , A very nice chap. RIP.
Probably getting ready to watch the cup final
Or perhaps it might not be a good idea......
Is there a limit on the number of shares in Peak Rail PLC that can be held by one person or organisation.
Recent postings appear to me to be going well off topic.
Speculation about stone traffic might be better in a sub thread in the Peak Rail general...
There is the possibility that I am mistaken. I've sent you a private message.
It has come to my notice that their are discrepancies in the register of share holders. My wife and I each acquired 50 shares each in 1982 and a...
What is the running number of this engine. I don't recall any Stanier engine being named Duchess to Derby. Sorry misread the original posting...
is that some sort of code?
As far as I recall 70ft. was the LMS standard for depots that had regular dealings with the Stanier pacifics.
another question, were there any...
I recall reading about a turntable being brought into use at Scarborough where they had to add length when steam specials started running there....
I hope someone will find out if it will fit.
It would be very embarrassing if rolls up at Rowsley and it won't go on the turn table.
Seems to state the overall length, but I can't see the wheel base length.
Do you know of any other friends?
What is the length of the wheel base? I think it's about 67 foot. The LMS had 70 foot turntables for the Stanier Pacifics.
I believe the cost of a junction and associated signalling made this idea far to costly.
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