Discussion in 'What's Going On' started by sgthompson, Aug 3, 2020.
Does anyone know if the Scot will still be leading after the lineside fire this morning?
That must have taken quite some doing, whilst it's been hot up here it's been interspersed with a hell of a lot of heavy rain!
Scot leading and doing work still at Maryport (47 still on the back)
Many thanks Shep
Is this incident at grayrigg with saphos the lakelander going to have to cause N.R. to let T.O.C. companies to run future excursions in the remainder of 2020 summer season and have to run showpony trains (the diesel tucked behind the kettle) on N.R. routes?
Judging by the next weeks forecast for the west,I would agree with Al
Departing Carlisle. 15.08.20.
Taking it easy on the return.
Never seen so many people out to see a train through the village.
LMS Royal Scot class No. 46100 'Royal Scot' charging towards Greenholme with todays 'Lakelander' rail tour
On the return at Kirksanton
Negotiating the tight curve on the approach to Kirkby in Furness
Could you be trying to tell us something?
Footage of 46100 accelerating hard past Eskmeals this evening then cruising past Hest Bank a couple of hours later.
My video from today with help from my friends
A glorious day in Cumbria with Royal Scot. Seen at Benson Hall, Beck Foot (creating that fire) & crossing the River Mite at Ravenglass.
Bay Horse, Salterwath, Maryport, Nethertown and Grange-over-Sands.
Cumbrian Coast curves
46100 Royal Scot at Coulderton
Cop Lane on Flickr
Shot of the day David,love it
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