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Lets see if you can guess which line i am on!

- I am in a place where the great Robert Burns was born and his anniversery is celebrated yearly

- I am on a line which has no OHLE, Classes 156, 37's and 66's, including an odd charter which visits yearly otherwise known as the Jacobite

- I am in a place which has no signals, only at the start of the line, after that you must gain a token to gain access to the next station.

- Finally,,, The line boasts fantastic scenery
 
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GreaterGlasgowBve said:
Lets see if you can guess which line i am on!

- I am in a place where the great Robert Burns was born and his anniversery is celebrated yearly

- I am on a line which has no OHLE, Classes 156, 37's and 66's, including an odd charter which visits yearly otherwise known as the Jacobite

- I am in a place which has no signals, only at the start of the line, after that you must gain a token to gain access to the next station.

- Finally,,, The line boasts fantastic scenery

I guess the West Highland :)

The Jacobite isn't technicaly a 'Charter' anymore, it appears in the WTT :shock:
 

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trainlover123 said:
GreaterGlasgowBve said:
Lets see if you can guess which line i am on!

- I am in a place where the great Robert Burns was born and his anniversery is celebrated yearly

- I am on a line which has no OHLE, Classes 156, 37's and 66's, including an odd charter which visits yearly otherwise known as the Jacobite

- I am in a place which has no signals, only at the start of the line, after that you must gain a token to gain access to the next station.

- Finally,,, The line boasts fantastic scenery

I guess the West Highland :)

The Jacobite isn't technicaly a 'Charter' anymore, it appears in the WTT :shock:
West Highland Extention, as the West Highland line does have OHLE in the Glasgow suburbs as far as the junction for Hellensburugh Upper/Central.

The Jacobite steam train is not yearly, it's a regular daily service in Summer! It's the UK's last remaining daily, timetabled, steam service on the National Rail network. It isn't a charter and it appears in the National Rail Timetable. Unfortunately normal tickets are not accepted on it (although that is not made clear in the NRT).
 
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