They aint horrible there greatAJP said:all tugs in laudhaul black
all freight through Doncaster and Kirk Sandall(AJP Territory) 37or 60 hauled
All Gner services HSTs bring the wires down
deltics onthe Donny-Hull stoppers
all units scrapped including horrible slammers
ive now woken
I guess it depends what you mean by slammer. If you're on about the southern 3rd rail units, I'm with feltham2104 on this... nothing comes close IMHO. They'd definitely play a major part in my ideal railway.AJP said:Are you blind!
hock: hock: Tugs are NOT 'Plastic' and should not be scrapped :x86242 said:Scotrail give the West Highland line an hourly 37/4 worked train each way!
47s and 86s make a come back to Cross Country
81s, 82s, 83s, 84s, 85s, 86s and 87s make a comeback to the WCML
All plastic to the scrap yard including every tug, shed and skip - bring on the proper traction! 20s, 26s, 31s, 33s, 37s and 47s
Agreed! 60s are the best thing to run down here in terms of freight! Bloody brilliant sound and clag, demonstrated by 60032 a couple of Sundays ago.AJP said:HOW DARE YOU!! TUGS ARE BEASTS!!!!!!!!!
THEY SOUND GREAT 8)
sorry 4 caps but no one disses 60s
Had a few pretty good runs up the North Norfolk with 31162 hock: . Made all the right noises anyway .FGWFan said:31s, hellfire? Since when? Don't recall seeing any 31 ever running with a chance of being rated as hellfire!
If you had a beast driver the Wessex 1's were OK. Infact, HELLFIRE. SOme of the WSX drivers were beastTomnick said:
That's precisely what I'm saying. :roll:86242 said:
I have set my micrwave for ten minutes eyes closed prentending its an 86 :roll: Hellfire hock:86242 said: