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joy54.gen

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I'd never seen a passenger go through there, only freight. I assumed it was a freight line becuase of this.
 

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A nice variety, that's what I like to see.

It'll take time to get used to a new camera but that's a good start.

So, you liked Carpenders Park after all then? ;)
 

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You can understand it, Doncaster is such a popular place everyone wants to stop and say hi ;).

Generally it's HSTs going north of Glasgow that non-stop.
 

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yorkie said:
A nice variety, that's what I like to see.

It'll take time to get used to a new camera but that's a good start.

So, you liked Carpenders Park after all then? ;)
Well isn't Carpenders Park a bit boring now - NO 87s :shock: :cry: :cry: :cry:

It is sadly a place I don't think I will every visit ever again :cry: Now 87s have gone so has the reason to go there! :cry: :cry:

BTW: some nice pics there
 

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joy54.gen said:
I'd never seen a passenger go through there, only freight. I assumed it was a freight line becuase of this.
You need to see a passing HST then ;)

Northbound appears to be best, as they open up as the train passes through ready for the line speed increase.

There's also one or two Eurostars and 91s that go non-stop, as well as quite a few HSTs mostly on the longer-distance services (Fast between London/Peterborough and York).
 
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