Got a pic of 168322 at Moor Street about to do the run down to Marylebone, 14/7/16. Both coaches already full. Not sure whether it was calling at the usual stops or running non-stop or whatever though.
Got excited at this one for Tuesday 9th, but down as a 350 - have they sent 350s on this route for any reason, or is it just timed as a 350 or something? Sorry for any daft questions, have been out of the loop with this. http://www.realtimetrains.co.uk/train/P85033/2019/04/09/advanced
I know the SVR has been mentioned already, but it was amusing going there for the first time solo a few years ago, getting home and my dad asking "What did you see there?" with me replying "An elephant"
Sadly unless sleep-inducing gases can be tactically leaked out of the headrest of the inevitable loudmouth moron/pack of morons/mewling child's seat, all the changes to UK rail travel will never be able to stop people from being people.
The new Urbos 3 trams are well into their deployment, but what will become of the old T69s? Apparently 01, 03, 04, and 07 have gone to the 'tram test centre' at Long Marston, according to Wiki.
I know it's a bit late to ask.
Probably wrong thread so apologies, but I don't suppose there's a chance of an 88 being ready in time for the Multimodal exhibition in Birmingham in April/May next year is there? Seeing 68005 was a blast
Apologies if this has been done to death or discussed elsewhere.
My question is: Is it monumentally shortsighted of Chiltern or whomever to essentially sever Platform 4 from the main line, and is it inevitable that growing amounts of traffic will require it to be re-opened in...
What is/are, in your opinions, the rolling stock with the least amount of time left? I'm weighing up the next day out and am wondering what's the best thing to focus on in terms of having less time to photograph it, e.g. 142s or EC HSTs.
Hope everyone had a great Christmas...
Definitely keep Mallard in the museum, three A4s is enough. Agree that City of Truro and others should have money flung at them instead of 4472.
On a side note, I'd like to see locos swapped around with other preserved examples from their classes - e.g. a knackered 40 could be switched with...
Tamworth, on the Washwood Heath - Boston Docks steels train. Can throw up a 66 or a 70 sometimes.
56096, Tamworth by JH Stokes, on Flickr