[KJRS] Newcastle - York is in, but what era?

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bunnahabhain

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After a poll on UKTS to decide which of three routes should be included in the upcoming KJRS, there is another poll to decide on the era.

1970's/1980's or the Modern era.

Decide here.
 
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Well, I voted modern day but I can see that 70s/80s is going to be the most popular.
 

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laverack222 said:
Well, I voted modern day but I can see that 70s/80s is going to be the most popular.
Modern day only if it's pre-2001, when HSTs and 47s were on CrossCountry services.

But really, 70s/80s would be better. Imagine that: Deltics, Class 45s, etc!
 

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70s, 80s there was better locos running the ECML, 47s, peaks, 37s, deltics.

Lets hope there sound system is a good un as well, have some hellfire sounds as well.
 

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Definitely. I can't wait to see how they do the three magnificent pinnacles of NER architecture at Newcastle, Darlington and York.
 
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