GBRf top and tail?

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Shimbleshanks

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I live next to the Brighton main line at Purley. What looks like a train of empty maroon-coloured mineral bogies has just trundled past (around 12.57pm, Monday). Didn't see what was at the head end but bringing up the rear was a GBRf class 66. Any idea what it was? Engineering trains are commonly topped and tailed but this didn't look like one.
 
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Empty spoil carrying boxes in connection with the CrossRail project
starting their weekly diagram after recessing at Tonbridge.

All the trains are topped and tailed for operational convenience.

MARK
 
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