In today's, 135th post (21st September 2010) I am using three pics from regular contributors, each pic showing at least three locomotives/trains.
The first pic was taken on 13th August 2010, at Bank Quay, by Ken Young. In a bay at the station stands EWS (DBS) class 92, 92009 Elgar, fronting Stobart liveried class 92, 92017 Bart the Engine. Entering the station is Freightliner class 66, 66507, on a loaded coal hopper working.
Pic number two is from Alan Rigby. In his picture, a northbound Pendolino is overtaking a double-heading pair of Freightliner class 66s - the first is 66602. On the slow line, southbound, an EWS class 92, 92034 Kipling, is heading an Imerys mineral wagon working. Imerys is an International company owning 115 mines, supplying 29 different minerals including china clay (kaolin), alumina and aggregates. A British base is in Cornwall. The pic was taken at Winwick on 12th June 2006.
The final pic is from John Smith. Depicted is a DRS treble-header of class 37, 37667, class 66, 66420 and class 66, 66417. The pic was taken at Winwick on 3rd September 2010.