Discussion in 'Galas and Events' started by 61624, May 31, 2019.
And 6990 as well
Bit busy in Newbridge yard this morning.
Last night a tamper was working near Summit so that was loaded this morning and seen parked up in a layby on the A169 about 08.00
Then the King arrived on 2 low loaders.
They were dealt with then as soon as they were out of the yard another 2 arrived carrying the Hall.
That made 5 Low loaders in the yard today.
No Train Trucker cameras to be seen but the Channel 5 camera woman was around.
The King needed a bit of help from the PW Ballast Regulator to get coupled up.
Was that a visiting Tamper? Or a resident thats going away?
Does anyone happen to know what is rostered for tomorrow?
Once again, my work had precluded me from being able to attend next weekend- missing what I think is probably the best gala lineup for years.
If any of the visitors are running I'd be keen to head over and try and catch them.
Resident machines not available due to no operator's due to work or illness.
Cheers for the Info!
Anyone know what the timetable for Thursday is meant to be like?
AFAIK it is the standard Bronze T/T with the addition of some freight trains.
Many thanks, Steve
Managed to get over yesterday and had a lovely run up on the diner with 80136.
Still gutted I can't make next weekend- was glad I managed to spot some of the guests in the shed yard though.
Had a lovely soup and scone from the cafe at Pickering, wife and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Even our 8 month old seemed to enjoy herself- stood at the droplight watching the world go by (and shouting at the trees)
Further to post 79 have the programmers made a final decision on which engines are facing south and which north?, thankyou
What loco is on the Whitby services, 62005?
Version 2 of locomotive allocations now published on NYMR website. 92134 will now not be ready for the gala.
What's Piglett's Tram doing during the weekend? Shed / Station Pilot?
Sad, no doubt like everyone else, looking forward to it's launch!
"Lucie is still having the finishing touches done and will be a static display at the Annual Steam Gala"
As a first time visitor in order to get to GREEN END BRIDGE can you park on the top road (by the farm??)
& then walk down
APOLOGIES FOR PREVIOUS MESSAGE
-- as I tried to ask PLEASE, for GREEN END BRIDGE can you park on top (by the farm??)
& then walk down into the valley & bridge???
OR is the ONLY feasible way to park by the white cottages at Grosmont
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