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Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Two Double-Headers and a Treble-Header

Three contributors in today's post (19th October 2010) have forwarded pics comprising seven locomotives.


Pic number one is from Geoff Monks. Double-heading DRS class 37s, 37218 and 37603 are depicted on the popular Sellafield - Crewe nuclear flasks working. The location was Winwick; the date, 2nd October 2010.






The second pic, taken on 11th October 2010, at Winwick, is from Bevan Price. He has been having a little trouble sending his shots to me in the past, via email, but I hope this is the start of something regular. In his pic, two DRS class 47s, 47802 Pride of Cumbria, and 47712 Pride of Carlisle are joined by Stobart liveried class 66, 66414 James the Engine, to treble-head a Carlisle - Barrow Hill empty stock working.



The last and oldest pic in this post is from John Smith. The double-heading combination shown here comprises class 87, 87001 Stephenson and class 86, 86101 Sir William A. Stanier FRS "on a loaded test run". The location was Winwick; the date, 16th July 2008. 87001 is preserved at the NRM; 86101 is owned by the AC Locomotive Society.


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