In this post, 28th May 2010, I am using two pics from the father and son duo, Chris and Cory Wilcock, both taken at Winwick Junction on 22nd May 2010.
Chris's shot is of EWS (DBS) class 66, 66020 heading the scrap wagons from Sheffield coming off the Earlestown branch.
Cory's pic is of Colas Rail class 56, 56312 Artemis double-heading with EWS (DBS) class 66, 66148, on a 'Pathfinder Tour' rounding the curve on the mainline at the same junction. Not at all bad for a ten-year-old Cory - keep them coming.
The final pic in this post, taken on 27th May 2010, was contributed by Ken Young. The pic shows Freightliner class 66 in Aggregate Industries blue livery, 66623, Bill Bolsover (chair of AI) representing Bardon Aggregates. The latter is one of the UK's largest quarrying companies with over seventy aggregates operations. Crushed rock, sand and gravel, and recycled and secondary aggregates are among the products.