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Yes lots of them indeed.

My recent update only shows a few HM photos, see the collection below for a hell of a lot more.
 

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The 37 Fan said:
Well several locos in different liveries and classes have been added to my fotopic site, photos come from everywhere in the North East and a few from London

Take A Look...

http://michaelsmodernukfreightlocos.photoblog.co.uk

Everywere in the North East :shock:

You missed loads of places
For example Tees yard , Tyne Yard every single station north of Doncaster and east to name a few ;)
 
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none of these places are counted as the North East! Healey Mills!?!? Doncaster!?!? you've got another hour and a half drive to go yet mate
 

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lol. I'd count Doncaster and east to Cleethorpes as NE, but to include more of it you'd need to bash up to Newcastle, Middlesborough, Thornaby...

Loads of shots of 37510 in that collection...Mostly with the same caption, just on different resolutions.
 
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I don't think Doncaster is really included in the North East. As for the North East Gen group covers from Colton Junction Northwards. Doncaster is Yorkshire isn't it;)
 

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Everyone quite done back stabbing???

Look some pictures were taken with permission inside railway locations so as not to draw attention to the collection that title goes well.

and it is the North East, look at maps on web sites.
Its the North East for me aswell afterall I live in London and it takes 2 hours to get to Healey Mills.
 

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I aint saying anything about that, You said EVERYWHERE in the Northeast ;)
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lol. I'd count Doncaster and east to Cleethorpes as NE, but to include more of it you'd need to bash up to Newcastle, Middlesborough, Thornaby...

Loads of shots of 37510 in that collection...Mostly with the same caption, just on different resolutions.


Manchester is in the North West and Donny and Manchester are pretty level so Doncaster must be North East :s
 
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Explain this Doncaster is the east side of south Yorkshire Sheffield is west of it and thats a good 20-30 miles away. Doncaster is on the edge of East Yorkshire ;) I didnt take it but at the end of the Day Doncaster is in the north and is east so In theory is North East. When I think Of North East I thonk Of Newcastle, Middlesboro',Durham etc.
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AJP said:
Explain this Doncaster is the east side of south Yorkshire Sheffield is west of it and thats a good 20-30 miles away. Doncaster is on the edge of East Yorkshire ;) I didnt take it but at the end of the Day Doncaster is in the north and is east so In theory is North East. When I think Of North East I thonk Of Newcastle, Middlesboro',Durham etc.
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I don't think Doncaster is really included in the North East. As for the North East Gen group covers from Colton Junction Northwards. Doncaster is Yorkshire isn't it

Colton in Junction is in Yorkshire;)

Did you take geography ;)
 
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I didn't say Colton Junction was i said that is what North East Gen group simply uses this is because most freights that pass Colton head towards the North East, rather than Doncaster that doesn't see as much freight towards the North. I did take Geography and im on a B not like some people got ;)
 

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20's TILL I DIE! said:
I didn't say Colton Junction was i said that is what North East Gen group simply uses this is because most freights that pass Colton head towards the North East, rather than Doncaster that doesn't see as much freight towards the North. I did take Geography and im on a B not like some people got ;)

What is that meant to mean? :shock:
 

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20's TILL I DIE! said:
I didn't say Colton Junction was i said that is what North East Gen group simply uses this is because most freights that pass Colton head towards the North East, rather than Doncaster that doesn't see as much freight towards the North. I did take Geography and im on a B not like some people got ;)

Glad u got a B I am doing A Level Geography and doing very well with an A Grade
 

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Doncaster is in the "region" of Yorkshire, not the North East. The region North East starts in the Darlington area and runs up to the borders. However, relatively speaking, Doncaster lies in the north eastern quarter of England.

Here's some maps from various sources for reference:
http://www.picturesofengland.com/images/mapofengland/north-east-map.gif
http://www.brenet.co.uk/regions/north_east_reg.gif
http://www.lif.org.uk/images/regions_map1.gif
http://www.50cycles.com/images/dealer_map.gif
http://www.wheelchairchildren.org.uk/train/right/uk.gif
 
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