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Black 5 overruns signal at danger in Keighley. Oh, hang on ...

Discussion in 'Heritage Railways & Centres in the UK' started by richards, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. richards

    richards Well-Known Member

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    302452_10152751938245361_858318766_n.jpg

    from https://www.facebook.com/?sk=h_chr#!/janeanderton via Barrow Hill Railway Centre's facebook page.

    Richard
     
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    so it's not a SPAD.. its a

    Signal Passed Latitude At Tangent ..

    Any delay minutes penalty being accrued ?
     
  4. Neil_Scott

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    Which Black 5 is it?
     
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    i followed the facebook link and all i saw waas an orange 3 not a black 5.....
     
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    45305?....going for wheel turning?
     
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    So 45305 chuffs to the KWVR on the rails but then gets lugged off to Ilford on a low loader. It makes no sense!
     
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    Thought that myself........
     
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    RalphW Resident of Nat Pres Staff Member Administrator Friend

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    Yes please.
     
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    Steve Resident of Nat Pres Friend

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    If it is going for tyre turning, it will need its rods, etc removing and then replacing. It is probably easier to do this at Haworth than in deepest Essex. It would also need re-weighing before being re-certified for NR running; again something more easily accomplished at home base. I'm sure that the logistics, time and costs have all been carefully considered. The NYMR sends its NR registered locos there by road for the above reasons.
     
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    It's already in post 1 for all to see!
     
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    Facebook is a website. If there's a link and it's public, you don't have to be registered to see it.

    Eg

    Barrow Hill Roundhouse Railway Centre | Facebook

    The photo will be owned by the person who took it. Copying it somewhere else simply might breach their copyright.

    Just click the link.

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    The link took me to a Facebook page with loads of drivel. Can't be arsed to trawl through it all to find on particular item.
     
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    With respect, you have posted a different link!

    Regards
     
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    Seemed more appropriate to link to a railway-related Facebook page than an individual's, but if you want to go straight to the photo in its original context, you can see it here.

    Jane Spencer Anderton's photos | Facebook

    Simon
     
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    No one is forcing you to.

    But just because you have a particular preference it doesn't make it appropriate to copy someone else's material without their permission and host it somewhere else.

    Simon
     
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    At least they got the 'steam' bit right, which amazes me.
     
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    All people are asking for is a link to the pic for heaven's sake.
     

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