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It was a p[lan looked into by BR in the 80's which involved redamping them to increase maximum speed and fitting with ETH
The difference between nationalisation, sectorisation and privatisation . Under Nationalistion BR had plans to adapt 56's for Cross Country...
Built in 1820's, they must have seen some traction during the years lol
Correct me if I am wrong , but I thought the Mk2D were air brake, want the Mk2A the last dual braked stock
If only she had been preserved. However appreciate the sale contract with BR meant that wouldnt happen.
As an aside , wonder if a class 47 body...
The diesel is behind the 77, the 77 quickly got in shot before the shutter due to vanity. Information received from Thomas the Tank secret society...
It was on a service in the Birmingham area as they also operated there initialy
very sure, the preceeding clip shows an end driving power car of the Swindon Intertcity units 7xxxx series. `The Cross countery units either had...
Do they have Yorkshire seats. lol
Is actually a Swindon Intercity unit
how about the Manchester to Euston service using 322, cant remember the TOC
used the return service of Waterloo a few times, interesting journey on an Alphaline 158
Tyndrum upper to Tyndrum Lower
It’s still a growth rate to be proud of
Wow that must be among some of the biggest growths in uk , excepting reopened lines.
Walked through a few 24,25,26 ,27 and 55 not very exciting and painfull on eardrums
Enthusiasts with attitude, before we were a happy gang:D
So it is purely your personal opinion, Remember parents taking their children (not enthusiasts) to see the name on the engine before boarding at...
More majestic? What a load of nonsense
Fact, fiction or your opinion? I was there in the 70’s and the WR 47’s were always sought after and noticed.
Fact , fiction or your personal views?