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Evesham Vale Light Railway - All Engines Weekend

Discussion in 'Narrow Gauge Railways' started by timbgray64, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. timbgray64

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    Should be a great weekend :smt001
     
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    What are the 4 engines there ? I recognise St Egwin and Count Louis but not the other 2. Is Prince William not in use either ?
     
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    The other engines are Dougal (ex. Longleat) and John (ex. Rhyl). Prince William is currently being overhauled
     
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    Can you confirm that this event is still happening as there's no mention of it on the EVLR website?
     
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    The event is definatly on tomorrow and Sunday.

    I have been speaking on the phone with a few people down there just an hour ago, testing of one of the narrow gauge engines is commencing at the moment, loaded test run with 6 carriages.
     

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