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 Posted: Tue Aug 19th, 2014 11:29 pm
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Off to the SDR on Friday so should have some pics later. Steam will be 5542 & 3205. They will also be running some Diesels. Fridays is 6737 (EE Class 3)



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Got some good shots. Will post them tomorrow once I've sorted them.



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Herewith the promised shots taken at Buckfastleigh and Totnes on the South Devon Railway.

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London Transport Pannier Tank No. L92 at Buckfastleigh.



No. 5542 at Totnes



No. 5542 at Totnes



No. 5542 at Buckfastleigh




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O8 No D3721 at Buckfastleigh



Class 37 No. 6975/37275 at Buckfastleigh



Class 25 No. D7612 at Totnes



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Great pics ! :thumbs 

Green diesels do look better than blue diesels, even if they do have a yellow warning panel on the front of them. ;-);-)

I'm intrigured by the red/brown paint on the door of the Class 08. Is that normal or is it under repair ??

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I never know there Gary, they are always doing things. I'll check back on some earlier pics and see. I think it is due a repaint over the winter so they could be doing prep work for that.



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Just looked back on a pic of it I took in February this year. The door was framed in brown then as well so it must be right. I have a feeling that it is in fact an 09 rather than an 08.



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Friday 5th September 2014

Atlantic Coast Express.

34067 to Exeter; 5029 & 34046 to Penzance

Full timings at http://www.uksteam.info/tours/t14/t0905a.htm




Sunday 7th September
Torbay express
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Sunday 7th September
The Royal Duchy
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Thanks for another Pic of the Week Alan. Nice Birthday Present. 72 today. Will be busy at the weekend as there is one on Friday (ACE) and another 2 on Sunday (Torbay Express and Royal Duchy) and the return of the ACE on Monday. Pics to follow when done.








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                                                    :cheers  HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICK...:cheers

 

               As they say, 'every dog has its day', and today it's yours ! :doublethumb   Many happy returns from me.

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a very happy birthday Mick :cheers:cheers
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Thanks lads. I will enjoy it.



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Happy birthday Mick,i hope you've had a great day.:cheers



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Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th September the South Devon Railway are having a Heritage Transport and Open day. Worth a visit.



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Here is the first pics of the weekend. The Atlantic Coast express entering Plymouth North road behind 34046 'Braunton' & 5029 'Nunney Castle'.



More to follow when they are taken.



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Great that Mick , i can almost smell the steam and oil.:)



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Sunday 7th September 2014. Tangmere on the Royal Duchy.

On the Plym Estuary (1)



On the Plym Estuary (2)



Entering Plymouth North Road Station



Leaving Plymouth North Road station



Leaving Plymouth North Road Station (2)



That's all till Monday when it's the turn of Nunney & Braunton again going the other way.



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It's Monday. Here are promised pics.

34046 'Braunton' on positioning moves after watering.



34046 & 5029 awaiting for the signals at Plymouth North Road.



5029 'Nunney Castle' awaiting the road.



34046 'Braunton' side shot



34046 & 5029 leaving Plymouth North Road.



34046 & 5029 about to enter Mutley Tunnel.



That's it till next weekend.



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Off to the South Devon Railway again tomorrow as they have a 'Behind the Scenes' and Vintage Transport Day. Several trains are running so I will see what I can find. Pics up sometime Sunday. Not going to bother with the Royal Duchy on Sunday. It is Tangmere again.

Just found about a bit more about the Bodmin & Wenford Victorian weekend in the middle of October. The Guest Locomotive will be Rocket courtesy of the NRM. Looks like a good excuse to go along. Also running will be the Beattie Well Tank and the T9. It will be interesting to see how Rocket copes with the grades up to Bodmin General. Dates 11/12th October.






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