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Saturday, 19 June 2010

Four Different Locomotive Classes

For this and all subsequent posts I am dropping the sub-heading of 'Along Other Lines'. From now on, because our blog contributors regularly use the areas in close proximity to the Winwick main line for their photographs, these areas will now be fully included in 'Along Winwick Lines'.
To this end the four pics today (19th June 2010) were taken at Red Bank, Bank Quay and Arpley Yard, all close to Winwick

Pics one and two are both from Andy Appleton and were taken at Bank Quay Station. The first, taken on 2nd September 2004, features Corus silver-liveried class 60, 60006 Scunthorpe Ironmaster, heading empty bogie bolster wagons. I think this is the first Corus-liveried locomotive on our blog.
The second pic shows EWS class 67, 67004 in close-up, in a bay at the same station; this pic is dated 15th April 2004.
The Red Bank pic is from David Wood. Fastline class 66, 66434, is pictured heading empty timber wagons, northbound, under the bridge on 16th June 2010.
The final pic is from Jeff Nicholls. EWS (DBS) class 92, 92036 Bertolt Brecht, (with an 'e' missing) is shown in Arpley Yard. The pic was taken on 12th February 2010.



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