"UNSPECIFIED - JUNE 23: The Coronation Scot leaving Euston Station in...
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Guide Bridge stabling point, 1981
A busy scene at Guide Bridge in October 1981. The Class 76s are recently redundant following the closure of the Woodhead route, but the diesels are well-represented with Classes 37, 40 and 47 all present. The EM1 on the left is 76024, but all the other locos in this image are unfortunately unidentified. The split-headcode Class 40 could be 40130, which had worked through on a freight earlier, but other than that they're all anonymous.
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The upside to a poorly attended East Lancs diesel gala is the fact there are no queues to play on the Class 40 The downside is there's no one around to ... Railfan Ride
The Erecting Shop of the North British Locomotive Company's Hyde Park Works, Glasgow
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Photo by Grahame Wareham : 1660 'City Of Truro' at Ranelagh Bridge in September 1971, sat alongside is 1200 'Falcon'... 1660 was the only blue 47 to carry the old style 'sans serif' numbers on the cabsides, these were applied in the Factory at Old Oak... the bufferbeam cowling is also painted blue, normally on a blue 47 it would be black...
Saturday 28th December 2013 saw British Rail Class 55 Deltic No. D9009 Alycidon put in charge of The Winter Settler ran by Pathfinder railtours from Crewe -Carlisle via Derby. The tour would start from Crewe and run down to Derby via Wolverhampton and Walsall under DB Schenker Class 67 motive power; D9009 would later take control of the tour from Derby onwards. Here, Alycidon is photographed powering away from Milford Tunnel.