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 Posted: Sun Sep 14th, 2014 11:44 pm
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Here's a couple of pics to be going on with. Put some more up tomorrow.



D6501 (Formerly Sea King) at Buckfastleigh.







L92 at Buckfastleigh







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Hi Bittern,

More great photo's, thanks for posting them. Keep them coming.

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thanks for the pics Bittern,some lovely shots there, I will have to get up to Grosmnt and send some too
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Herewith the promised pics from the SDR on Saturday. Some old favourites here along with a couple on new ones.

3205 at Totnes



5542 0n Autocoach duties at Totnes



Class O4 on passenger duty at Buckfastleigh



Class 25 at Buckfastleigh



Class 37 at Buckfastleigh



Dumbleton Hall recieving some oily rag tlc at Buckfastleigh



Well it is Steam. Burrell General Purpose Engine 'Attraction' at Buckfastleigh.



That's it for now folks. Till later.



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Hi Bittern,

Love the diesels in particular, especially the 04 and the 25.

Great photographs.

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Thanks Toto. By the way, welcome back. Looking forward to the next instalment on Rosebuddy.



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Some extra shots of the O4 shunter.










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Hi,

Great shots of the 04. I love these wee shunters and thankfully have 3 or 4 of them to scoot about Rosebuddy when things get going. You've covered them well.

Rosebuddy is still on the move with the rather repetitive soldering tasks being done at the moment but it all adds to the greater cause. I've done a bit this weekend and will probably be back on all four cylinders next weekend again so the posts will hopefully start coming thick and fast.

I'll be consent rating on the hidden DMU route at night through the week as this us something I can work away on with Anyrail or what ever. I think it may take the shape of a high level line running through or over part of the layout although I am also looking at suggestions by Gormo and Gary earlier on in the thread.

I'm all packed for returning back up north in the morning. I took today off as an additional days holiday to catch up with home life before disappearing to work again.

Delighted to see your photographs, now, see if you can get any 22's or 29's although I'm not sure if any made it into preservation. Probably not.

Cheers for now

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Sunday 21st September 2014. Royal Duchy. No. 34067 Tangmere.

34067 leaving Mutley Tunnel on its way to Plymouth North Road.



34067 at Mutley on its way to Plymouth North Road



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Managed to grab these two today (27/9/2014) alongside the Plym Estuary.

No. 57310 Pride of Cumbria & 57604 Pendennis Castle on Empty Stock Working from Plymouth Laira Depot.



66099 & 66168 on Network Rail Sandite Train heading towards Plymouth. This could well be going to treat one of the Branch Lines. It's getting towards that time of the year again. Probaly see it again tomorrow looking very mucky indeed.



Hope to have a couple tomorrow. Till then.



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Herewith today's offerings.



No. 34067 Tangmere on the last Royal Duchy for this year. Taken from the Saltram side of the Plym Estuary.







Vanguard on a works train, Plym Valley Railway.







That's it till the next trip out in a couple of weeks time to the Bodmin & Wenford, where I might get to see Rocket.



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Fantastic photos,

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Found out that the Rocket will in fact be operating next weekend, but within the station confines and will be giving rides. I didn't really expect them to let it loose on the normal runs especially as there are two very steep inclines on them. Am looking forward to seeing it and anything else that comes to sight.



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As promised the pics from Bodmin & Wenford today.



Class 150 entering Bodmin Parkway







43163 in Plymouth Livery at Bodmin Parkway. It has only caried this for a couple of months. First time I've seen it.







Beattie Well Tank at Bodmin Parkway with GWR Special Saloon.







Beattie Well Tank at Boscarne Junction







T9 No. 30120 at Bodmin General







Rocket at Bodmin General (1)







Rocket at Bodmin General (2)







Rocket at Bodmin General (3)







Rocket at Bodmin General (4)







Burrell Agricultural Engine at Bodmin General







Victorian Juke Box at Bodmin General







NE railway 12T fitted van at Bodmin General







That's it for a week or two.















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Saturday 18th October. Dartmouth Express. Scheduled loco (this could change) 70013 Oliver Cromwell. Times to follow.
18th October Bodmin & Wenford Branch Line day.
1st - 2nd November. South Devon Railway. Half price day
1st - 2nd November. Bodmin & Wenford Railway. Half price day.



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Hi Bittern,

Thanks for taking the time to post your photographs. An enjoyable browse.

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Thanks Toto. By the way have upgraded my camera. I now have the Nikon D3200 as well as the D3100. Change is from 14MP to 24MP. Make a large difference for the nature side of it.



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Sandite train seen again this morning heading for Plymouth. Same configuration as previous post.



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An excellent camera. I read the low down on it and I am sure that it will serve you well.

I took delivery of my macro ring flash and once I get out and pick up some batteries will give it a trial run. If I manage anything halfway decent, I'll post something up.

Happy trialling with the new camera.

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Caught this today. It's Albert from the Plym Valley Railway on the Halloween Express. Full of screaming kids in grotesque costumes.



That's it till next weekend when I visit the South Devon Railway. It's a half-price weekend so can't miss that.



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