Four Trains - Four Generations

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For anyone near York on Sunday morning, might be worth a look.

http://www.yorkshiretimes.co.uk/article/Four-Trains-Four-Generations



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That should be interesting Ed - worth a few photographers turning out I'd guess.  :thumbs

Alas, I'll be trying to guess who will be the next French President - or more importantly, how he/her and Brexit might effect me ………………. :hmm

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We all seem to be living in very uncertain times Peter, can but 'plod on' and hope for the best  :sad:


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One of a few videos on YouTube.




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I saw it on TV and to be honest, other than seeing Flying Scotsman, I was rather underwhelmed ………….

So there are 2 current locomotives and one from the next generation¬†  :roll:¬† …………. the really interesting bit was wondering how in heavens name they managed get permission to completely close the ECML for around 10 miles.¬† :shock: :shock: :shock:

I suppose it was all a publicity stunt - they'd make us more proud of our railways by running the trains on time and making them affordable ………………..

Sincerely,

Grumpy Old Man


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