The first is a Winwick shot taken on 22nd June 2004 by Bob McClellan. A class 158, 158486, is shown in Central Trains livery - the class is quite uncommon these days on the Winwick line.Our second pic is from Geoff Monks. It was taken on 31st August 2010 from the north side of Froghall Lane in Warrington, which makes it a first for the blog. The working is a Fiddlers Ferry bound coal train headed by Freightliner class 66, 66509 (another class 66 can be seen disappearing into the distance). The overbridge in the pic is the
Cheshire Lines Bridge carrying the Warrington Central line.
Pic number three is from Ken Young. Bank Quay is the location for passing class 66 locos. The loco heading towards the station is DRS liveried 66401, leased to GBRf (now Europorte), working a gypsum load. The loco passing through the station is an unknown DRS class 66, heading an intermodal container load.
The final pic is from Jeff Nicholls, taken on 4th September 2010. 'The Lune Rivers Trust' Special ran Carnforth - Hellifield - Chester and return, and was hauled by rebuilt 'Royal Scot' class locomotive 46115 Scots Guardsman. The pic was taken in the evening at Winwick.