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Discussion in 'What's Going On' started by 5098, May 10, 2015.

  1. KentYeti

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    Many thanks Ian. Lovely shots.
     
  2. RalphW

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    Yes excellent....
     
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    Thanks fellas.
     
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    "Galatea" at a very dull Settle....LINK
     
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    Ah, that was you in the old byre, Stuart! I was a little further up the path to your right. Disappointing about the cloud, wasn't it? "Should have gone to Selside" as a friend of mine might have said. Same filthy black smoke on the return as yesterday. I guessed I needed to be much further north for any chance of sun in the evening, and got lucky at Langwathby. I recommend The Mill at Little Salkeld, by the way, for afternoon tea.
     
  6. KentYeti

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    I hope you rebuilt the wall after taking that lovely shot!

    Henry has started something now. What next I ask?

    ;)
     
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    What were you doin in the byre Swiss

     
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    Round here we call them "nettys"... (translation) ;)
    For my next trick I shall be using a camera carrying remote controlled owl. :D
     
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    Did he sing that in Swahili?:confused:
     
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    That really is a very handsome locomotive. I have very fond memories of the Holbeck Scots.
     
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    Seahorse??? Bihar and Orrisa??? Kolhapur???Alberta???
    happy days.
     
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    Yep remember them.........
     
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    any indications as to what will be working tomorrows train?
     
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    The red un
     
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  15. KentYeti

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    Any news of todays train?

    RTT shows it left Hellifield early and then got even earlier for a while, 15 up at one point.

    Could have been the Jub running very well. Do hope so.
     
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    Well, here she is at Lunds and believe me she wasn't hanging around !!
     

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  17. KentYeti

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    Thanks Jontie.
     
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    Footage of 45699 as she charged over Smardale viaduct and then towards Waitby Rock cutting .

     
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    Sounds like the Jub has found her form ! Or maybe, it just might be the work put in at Carnforth....
     
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  20. KentYeti

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    Very nice footage. She was going rather well.
     

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