Holytown 9.3.12

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I went to Holytown for around 30 minutes this afternoon, as I got there 92037 was passing through with 4S43 Daventry - Mossend Stobart Containers, so didn't get a picture. Passed at 14.50

Next up was 320312+318255 on a Milngavie - Lanark service, 320312 is one of the diminishing number of 320's still in SPT livery and is named Sir William Alexander Smith, Founder of the Boys' Brigade, hopefully it retains this name after its overhaul and relivery. Passed at 14.53

Hot on the heels of 320312+318255 was 66735 which crawled through the station heading onto the Edinburgh line with 6E45 Bridgeton Yard - North Blyth empty Alcans running approx 35 minutes early at 14.54.

Next was 92011 heading north through the station heading for Mossend yard with 6S51 Carlisle Yard - Mossend departmental with flats loaded with sleepers at 14.58.

More photos at http://scottishtrains.zenfolio.com/

Shortly after 66044 passed through with 4J74 Cockenzie - Hunterston empty coal at 15.03.

I nipped back at 16.15 and saw 334016 on a Lanark - Milngavie service at 16.16 followed by 66601 heading south on 6B34 Viewpark - Oxwellmains Cement train at 16.18.

In summary

320312+318255 Milngavie - Lanark 14.53
66735 6E45 Bridgeton Yard - North Blyth empty Alcans 14.54
92011 6S51 Carlisle Yard - Mossend departmental 14.58
66044 4J74 Cockenzie - Hunterston empty coal 15.03
334016 Lanark - Milngavie 16.16
66601 6B34 Viewpark - Oxwellmains Cement train 16.18

More photos at http://scottishtrains.zenfolio.com
 
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