Spotting Sites

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  1. gage75

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    Is there any chance of a sticky thread of people favoured spots on the national network for watching trains also what types of traction is usually featured??
     
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  3. Chris Wallis

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    You may need to be a little more specific.

    Are you more interested in spotting (collecting numbers) or Photting (taking photo's of trains)?

    Are you more interested in Loco hauled trains or, like me, do you enjoy the EMU and DMU's as well?

    Where are you based?
     
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    http://www.trainspots.co.uk/ has a lot of them covered with some information about each, it may be worth using that site if you're looking for a good location.
     
  5. gage75

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    Orig just collecting numbers but more recently in getting pics as well, am based in West London out by Hayes & Harlington
     
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