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Freightliner GMs at Southampton Maritime.3 viewsAt 15.10 on the 17th July 2010, the Freightliner depot at Southampton Maritime hosted 66541, 66576, 66566, 66580 & 66581.
08575 at Southampton Maritime.1 viewsLong term resident of the Freightliner Depot at Southampton Maritime, 08575, is seen stabled on the 17th July 2010.
Freightliner 66601 at Lostock Hall Jct.0 viewsCatching the late evening light, Freightliner class 66, 66601-'The Hope Valley', comes off the back line at Lostock Hall Junction with a Crewe Basford Hall to Ribblehead ballast working in August 2010.
46115-''Scots Guardsman' at Lostock Hall.0 views46115-'Scots Guardsman' ambles along the 'back line' at Lostock Hall with the Lune Rivers Trust Charter from Carnforth to Chester on the 4th September 2010.

150216 at Worcester Shrub Hill.1 viewsClass 150/2, 150216 in West Midlands livery at Worcester Shrub Hill on the 12th September 2010.
HST 43029 at Worcester.1 viewsWeed strewn tracks greet the arrival of a First Great Western HST service from London Paddington, with power car 43029 leading, as it approaches Worcester on the 12th September 2010.
150014 departs from Droitwich Spa.0 viewsLondon Midland 3-Car Class 150, 150014 departs from Droitwich Spa with a Worcester to Birmingham Snow Hill, via Stourbridge Junction Service, on September 12th 2010. Former Western Region lower quadrant signals still dominate the scene here.
Class 60, 60011 at Strand Road, Preston Docks.0 views60011 in the old Mainline Blue livery, waits for permission to cross the busy Strand Road Level Crossing, with the loaded tar tank wagons, forming 6M32 from Lindsey Oil Refinery, on the 15th September 2010.

Northern Chief departs from New Romney.0 viewsOn the 15 inch Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, Number 2 -'Northern Chief' blasts away from New Romney whilst working the 10.30 Hythe to Dungeness service on the 26th September 2010. Built in 1925, the loco weighs in at over 8 tons, and hauled the first official train on the line in 1926.
Northern Chief arriving at Dungeness.0 viewsRHDR Loco Number 2, Northern Chief arrives at New Romney with the 10.30 from Hythe on the 26th September 2010. To the right of the train can be seen the 'new' lighthouse built in 1961.
Northern Chief at Dungeness.0 viewsThe Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway runs across the shingle to reach journeys end at Dungeness. It is a unique place dominated by wide open spaces, two lighthouses and a nuclear power station. The 15 inch line negotiates a loop to return trains back in the direction of Hythe. Number 2, Northern Chief gets underway from Dungeness with the 12.00 service to Hythe on the 26th September 2010.
RHDR Number 3 arrives at Dungeness.0 viewsRomney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, Loco number 3 - 'Southern Maid' arrives at Dungeness with the 11.30 service from Hythe on the 26th September 2010. In the background can be seen some of the wooden dwellings that are built along the shingle bank. 'Southern Maid' was built by Davey Paxman & Co. in 1926.
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