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Jul 02, 2017 14:28 |  #3871

Steam trains in North Wales, UK (also posted on the Canon 80D forum. Hope that's OK!)


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Jul 03, 2017 04:24 |  #3872

The forecasters said sunny periods...............​they lied!

No exhaust either as "Coronation" pacific "Duchess of Sutherland" heads for Scarborough on 01.07.17.


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Jul 03, 2017 08:34 |  #3873

Swiss Toni wrote in post #18392991 (external link)
The forecasters said sunny periods...............​they lied!

No exhaust either as "Coronation" pacific "Duchess of Sutherland" heads for Scarborough on 01.07.17.

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What? Your forecasters in the UK lie just like they do here in the USofA!?!?!?!

Nice picture!!


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Jul 03, 2017 09:45 |  #3874

What a great location! That bridge is incredible looking!


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Jul 03, 2017 10:45 |  #3875

He's coming right at us! ;-)a

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Jul 06, 2017 13:19 |  #3876

GBRf 66430 Arcow quarry-Bredbury loaded bogie hoppers


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Jul 06, 2017 14:35 |  #3877

happyduck wrote in post #18395536 (external link)
GBRf 66430 Arcow quarry-Bredbury loaded bogie hoppers

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Think that's more likely 6K05 Carlisle to Crewe DRS working through Hellwith Bridge if I'm not mistaken.

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Jul 06, 2017 14:55 |  #3878

66430 on the front of the train!


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Jul 06, 2017 15:48 |  #3879

djmarrs wrote in post #18395588 (external link)
Think that's more likely 6K05 Carlisle to Crewe DRS working through Hellwith Bridge if I'm not mistaken.

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Ive double checked this dj and yes your mistaken, it is the GBRf 66430 Arcow quarry-Bredbury loaded bogie hoppers


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Jul 08, 2017 12:45 |  #3880

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Jul 08, 2017 14:09 |  #3881

Sure wish BNSF would wash their engines more!


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Jul 08, 2017 18:43 |  #3882

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Sure wish BNSF would wash their engines more!

NS (Norfolk Southern) engines look far dirtier than the BNSF engines do to me anyway.


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Jul 09, 2017 06:26 |  #3883

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NS (Norfolk Southern) engines look far dirtier than the BNSF engines do to me anyway.

And then there is Canadian national. I was out one day shooting and a cn train goes by had a matte finish and a broken out front window. Ugly, ugly ass engines.

I did however shoot a ns engine pulling out of a railyard in new carlise that looked new. Looked up some info and found out its not at all new. Maybe it was just the lighting but it looked clean!


Heres a clean BNSF engine!


Im sure ive posted both in this thread before. I have a shot of that ugly cn engine, ill post it later

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Jul 09, 2017 15:42 |  #3884

A lovely summer morning greeted the worlds most famous steam locomotive, "Flying Scotsman" as it hauled "The Waverley" from York to Carlisle and back,
unfortunately that put paid to any decent exhaust. :cry:
However mustn't grumble as we don't exactly have too much sun here in the UK.
Incidentally the village in the background (Barkston Ash) has some interesting history.
According to local folklore, an ash tree that stands in the village gives it its name and marks the centre of Yorkshire – although the actual centre is closer to Hessay. Legend has it that anyone who spits at the tree will be struck by lightning a year and a day later, and an apocryphal figure, known as Jack Foll, is supposed to have suffered this fate.


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Jul 09, 2017 23:40 |  #3885

As I said, ugly ass engine. Hell the window isn't just broken out, it's got jagged pieces sticking out of the frame. WTF? Maintain your equipment, at least a little bit!


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