Discussion in 'What's Going On' started by 5098, May 10, 2015.
Many thanks Ian. Lovely shots.
"Galatea" at a very dull Settle....LINK
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.
I hope you rebuilt the wall after taking that lovely shot!
Henry has started something now. What next I ask?
What were you doin in the byre Swiss
Round here we call them "nettys"... (translation)
For my next trick I shall be using a camera carrying remote controlled owl.
Did he sing that in Swahili?
That really is a very handsome locomotive. I have very fond memories of the Holbeck Scots.
Seahorse??? Bihar and Orrisa??? Kolhapur???Alberta???
Yep remember them.........
any indications as to what will be working tomorrows train?
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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.
Well, here she is at Lunds and believe me she wasn't hanging around !!
Footage of 45699 as she charged over Smardale viaduct and then towards Waitby Rock cutting .
Sounds like the Jub has found her form ! Or maybe, it just might be the work put in at Carnforth....
Very nice footage. She was going rather well.
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