a kestrel is a tiny bird with a wing span of only 30cm, it couldnt have done that much damage. a bird would have to be atlease 2foot wing span to do any damageAlexS said:I would suspect it had a collision either with a deer of some description, or with a larger bird (IE a kestrel or similar). Won't have been able to continue running wedge end first in passenger service because it appears to have damaged the light cluster as well as the frame (but can run in reverse because at least one red light is still working).
yorkie said:you lot should have said you were going to Donny!
Baggy was there too.
Scott Lowes was meant to be there (no idea if he did as he was meant to turn up at York and never did and didn't contact us).
Scott was there, I wasnt expecting him there just bumped into him
I might have gone if I'd known there were a few of us there.
Yep, I was there on the 14:40 GNER departure from York. Had a good 45 minutes there. Gonna have to spend a bit longer there next time though.Yorkie said:Baggy was there too.
Oops pasted the wrong link!taw valley said:
I thought that because as the driver got out to inspect it the damage was at his head height. However i am sure they would not park it in view of the passengers if it was a fatalityspm_43030 said:Sorry to be the grim one, but me and James where talking about this today, and we thought it could have been a one under...??
It may not have been 91109 you saw head north in service as it hit a person on Thursday night at BiggleswadeSam said:91109 headed north through doncaster on a normal service