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Monday, 15 November 2010

Three Locations on 'Our Patch'.

I am using three pics from three contibutors for today's post, (15th November 2010) each shot taken at a different location on 'our Winwick patch'.
The first, from Jeff Nicholls, depicts two workings passing each other at Winwick. DRS class 66, 66421 on an intermodal working is passing EWS (DBS) class 59, 59203, heading coal hoppers. The pic is dated 10th November 2010.
Pic number two is from Ken Young. Taken at Bank Quay on 21st July 2010 the pic shows an EWS (DBS) class 66, 66194, in close up, heading tank wagons.
Bob McClellan is contributor number three. His shot is of GBRf, black liveried class 87, 87019 ACorP, dragging class 325 emus through Red Bank, location number three on 'our patch'. This, the oldest pic in this post, was taken on 8th August 2005.
Incidentally, if you read the latest edition of Railway Herald, a pic of Britannia (similar to that of Jeff Nicholls in the Nov 11th post, and of Geoff Monks, which I have still to use) is featured, with Bank Quay as the location. Check the link at the right hand side of the blog.

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