Clag Thread- The return

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richa2002

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Julian G said:
Total overuse of clag there. Most of those I had trouble spotting any diesel exhaust at all. Clag is when thick black or white diesel exhuast spews from the exhaust. Like this, not the airy fairy stuff you got there:
http://images5.fotopic.net/?iid=y93dpo&outx=640&quality=100
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When I image tag the above image it comes up on the post editor but not when posted :?
 

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andrewmay said:
HST's must be the some of the best for clag. Take a look at this one for clag at Birmingham New Street.

http://midlandrailpics.fotopic.net/p21499240.html
HOLY...Now THAT would have been a sight at New Street!

*Goes to empty the three overfilling drool buckets*

As for me, I've probably got shots of 43s clagging nicely too, but where I don't know. I usually video a HST departure if I get the chance to, not phot it, so clagging 43s on departure I don't usually have phots of. I'll dig around the thousands of pictures (seriously, I've taken over 4500 pictures since December 27th 2003!) I've got lurking around, might just have a beasty shot.
 

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Yes the Virgin examples seem to have a habit for polluting the environment a bit too much as seen in my post on another topic! It's all good fun though!
 
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