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Here's some more of Tornado and 4612 at Bodmin Parkway last Thursday and some Traction Engines from a very wet Tavistock Steam Fair and a veteran tractor for good measure. Hope you like them.

Tornado at Bodmin Parkway





No. 4612 at Bodmin Parkway





Saunderson Model G Universal Tractor at the Tavistock Steam Fair



Robey Tri-tandem Roadroller at the Tavistock Steam Fair



Robey Tandem Roadroller at the Tavistock Steam Fair



Garrett Showman's Tractor 'Countess' at the Tavistock Steam Fair



Tasker Agricultural Tractor at the Tavistock Steam Fair



Robey General Purpose Tractor at the Tavistock Steam Fair.



Sorry the Steam Fair pics are a bit rough. The weather was horrible and I got soaked (again).



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Nothing wrong with those photo's. Thanks for posting. :thumbs



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Thanks for Pic of the Week Alan. Makes it all worthwhile. More to come later in the month.



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Thanks for the great photographs - they remind me of some of the models I have seen on this site!
Not wishing to be too pedantic, but I'm not sure about the description of the photo of the week: you have it as a Robey Tandem Roadroller, but I'm pretty sure it's actually the new express for South Eastern trains!
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Or Qld Railways. :)



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Well, we had Tornado down again this weekend on the Torbay Express, and as we have been experiencing some very unusual weather (the sun came out and it was blooming hot) some kind person at Network Rail put a grotty shed (Class 66) in front of it so that the steam engine working hard wouldn't set fire to the trackside. I was pleased not to have bothered tripping up to Newton Abbot to film it going through. Sorry. There will be more sometime soon.



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Tee-hee!

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Tee Hee again!

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What a strange beast that is  :hmm



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amdaley wrote: What a strange beast that is  :hmm
The locomotive, or the Engineer?

Tee-hee,

  "Some things are outside the remit of an ordinary man's experience, yet the diamond cutter, the midwife, the astronomer, they all bow to the baker's common gift of a fresh-baked loaf..."

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[PS Want to see some track-work?]

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Chubber wrote:

[PS Want to see some track-work?]

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yes please...



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Away in Devon (note spelling, have I got it right...?) at the moment, back in a week or so...
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Pics of the new Hitachi units coming tomorrow  once I've sorted them. All taken at Plymouth



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Here are the Hitachi Pics. All taken at Plymouth North Road Station











That's it for now.








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Sol wrote: Chubber wrote:

[PS Want to see some track-work?]

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yes please...


Back in Basingstoke again, but not for long, just had an offer accepted on a 3 bed plus railway room split level house in Ivybridge, Deven, sorry, Devon. I'm only just recovering from our November move from France!

Anyway, some more weird railway....weirder even than the Yappanese one. Very swish. At the opposite end of the technology scale, Mt Washington Cog Railway.













There, summat different! [Yes, the building IS chained down!]

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