Where is that? Also, do you want to post it on Reddit?
What possible motive would someone have to burn down this place and its historical vehicles? I hope they get prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
What was so bad that it got an insurance payout?
Why weren't diesel locos ordered before? Forest fires are nothing new in the US.
Are these runs truly light engine or is there a support coach attached?
A seven day rail tour marking the 70th anniversary of the Berlin Air Lift.
Only open to BOAR/RAF Germany veterans and their loved ones, but some...
Aren't those going for Tulyar? How does that help Alycidon?
Those would be a good deal harder, I'd imagine. I know that it became impossible to obtain new parts to keep the Vulcan flying.
Were they good beers?
Interesting. Some might question how 'good' most of the DR era was though, both for railways and Saxony in general.
Is that due to the weather?
I was going past Southall depot on a TfL Rail service and noticed this locomotive in full steam; not moving, just pumping steam out both 'holes'....
Sorry, what's a Kakadu? It sounds like a one hit wonder.
Ask two stupid questions, but:
1. Is that hauling freight at the back?
2. Is the Mitropa coach a support coach?
What are the carriages like inside?
What nationality is the blue locomotive at the bottom?
What's the computer thing at the back of the cab?
They don't say.
Angel Trains will be preserving at least one of these units as they are obliged to do so, as per Heritage Railway magazine
My view on Pacers is that there are dedicated bouncy castle companies out there already. 121s are bumpy enough.
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