So I'm out in my garden lopping the pear and apple trees after tea, and around 7.15 I heard a chime whistle twice, followed by a Stanier hooter whistle coming through Sowerby Bridge. The locomotives weren't being worked hard considering they were travelling eastbound, so I wondered what they were? Was it Britannia and Galatea or Scots Guardsman? Or was it Sir Nigel Gresley on its way to Crewe behind a Stanier loco? There was no audible exhaust beat to listen to, sadly (usually I can hear a special right from Elland Tunnel, through Sowerby Bridge, and right up the Calder alley to Todmorden on a still evening.) If it was 60007, would it have been able to sound its whistle? Richard.