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The Pennine Limited: 25/05/19

Discussion in 'What's Going On' started by 61994, May 21, 2019.

  1. Davo

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    Got back to peterborough on time 10pm im now double backing to leeds on 10:48 pm back for midnight 20190525_141556.jpg onwards. well worth the extra journey to ride behind lizzie. 6201 may be rostered for dalesman(not sure when for though.)
     
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    You'd be arrested for putting a dog out in that weather, never mind a Princess.



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    S'okay, let it rain.................no fire risk. If it was tinder dry 6201 would be tucked up in 10A and a diesel loco would be on the front.
     
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    That's true. It was only a couple of weeks later than this that the ban kicked in, in the second week of June last year.
     
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    6201 crossing Dandry Mire viaduct.A few photographers and cars removed in PS

    David Price - Cop Lane on Flickr 15A_1270.jpg
     
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    Lucky for us on the way back the low cloud set in on the cumbrian hills and we got a fair downpour climbing out of carlisle and 6201 having difficulty getting its pace toward armathwaite but picked up as we got past lazonby kirkwald on wet rails!!!(diesel unassist i would like to see lizzie attack the long drag on a 11 coach load if 10A lads trusted 6201 out on its own).
     
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    Not a case of trusting 6201 as she hauled 12 coaches unassisted a few weeks back over the S&C on the 1st Dalesman.
     
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    "Lizzie" approaching the summit at Ais Gill.
     

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    [​IMG] Is this better?
     
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    Hold fire Dave, just remember 6201 is pretty much fresh out of the workshop after some major repairs over the last few months, the time will come so just be patient.
     
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    Over 3 months on from this one but better late that never - some shots at Hellifield and Ribblesdale.

     
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    Well worth waiting for David, superb
     
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    Agree with Shep....superb as always!
     
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    Many thanks both, much appreciated as ever :)
     
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    Fantastic video, thank you, I enjoyed that.
     
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    Where's the one in the pouring rain in July ? I like the pan shot at Ribblesdale, makes for a good angle !
     
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    What a cracking 2 minutes that was! Generally speaking I'm not one to edit or post my footage straight away (if at all) so it's still in the 'to do' pile. Still not posted 70000 on Copy Pit from last December yet ;)
     
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    It has been said by some that 'real enginemen don't wear greasetops' I think the still from the video disproves the saying.
     
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