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nick86235


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AI 59/0, AR 86/2, ASR 170/4, ASR 158/0, ATW 150/2, ATW 175/0, ATW 158/0, ATW 67, ATW 175/1, AXC 221, AXC 170/1, AXC 170/5, Bluebell Railway E4, BR 47/7, BR 70000, BR 55, BR 115, BR 47/4, Colas Rail 56, Colas Rail 70/8, Colas Rail 66/8, Colas Rail 47/7, CR 168/2, CR 168/3, CR 168/1, CR 168/0, CR 67, CR 172/1, CSE 411/5, CSE 423/1, DBSUK 66/0, DBSUK 92, DBSUK 67, DBSUK 59/2, DBSUK 60, DBSUK 90, DLR B92, DRS 37/5, DRS 47/7, DRS 68, DRS 66/4, EC 43, EC 91, EMT 222/0, EMT 158/0, ETL 86/1, EWS 67, EWS 66/0, FCC 313/0, FCC 365, FGW 43, FGW 57/6, FGW 150/2, FHT 180, FL 70, FL 66/4
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spot comment5 days


Very civilised
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spot comment6 days


How long has KC had streetcars?
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Khar'kov 10D100 OP engine equipped 2TE10U eastbound
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uploadFeb 12
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1699 on Uralchem hoppers waiting to leave for Riga
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pic commentFeb 4


Very nice
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uploadDec 13, 2017
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Late running 05:33 Holyhead to Cardiff, temperature was -8C
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pic commentDec 7, 2017


The Milwaukee was a spent force by then wasn't it? When did they abandon the Pacific Extension, 1981?
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pic commentDec 1, 2017


Very nice, that Pennsy catenary is extremely impressive, visually.
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uploadNov 30, 2017
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6V05 empty steel along the River Severn
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uploadNov 27, 2017
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Cars used for training new drivers returning to Plymouth
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pic commentNov 9, 2017


Small world. I shot that a few hours earlier, at Llanvihangel behind the Holyhead to Cardiff
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uploadNov 9, 2017
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Holyhead to Cardiff 1V91 passing through the Black Mountains
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spot commentNov 9, 2017


Aren't they some some sort of self steering truck, with some play in the axles?
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pic commentNov 7, 2017


Splendid!
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pic commentOct 30, 2017


Crofton is home to the world's oldest working steam engine doing what they were originally built for, maintaining water levels in the Kennet and Avon Canal. There are two working beam engines at Crofton, a Boulton & Watt of 1812 and a Harveys of Hayle of 1846. Today water levels are routinely maintained by electric pumps, the steam engines are fired at weekends and on holidays by the charitable trust which owns and maintains them.

http://www.croftonbeamengines.org/