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Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Four Pics, Four Classes, Four Contributors

As the title describes - four more pics in today's post, 5th April 2011, representing four different classes of locomotive and four different contributors.



Pic number one is from Bevan Price. Two HST power cars passed through Winwick, northbound, on 1st April 2011 and a few of our Winwick faithful were there to record them. They were 43423 and 43844, both in Grand Central livery, travelling up to Kilmarnock from Loughborough (Brush Works).



The second pic is from Jeff Nicholls. Jeff has scanned an old slide from 1992 and come up with two class 37s, 37708 and 37706, double heading an oil tanks working, Shell Stanlow - Jarrow, through Winwick, on 28th February.




Alan Rigby has supplied pic number three. The popular gypsum working crops up regularly on our blog, and is always welcome. Here, GBRf liveried class 66, 66714 Cromer Lifeboat, is featured on the working through Winwick, northbound, on 23rd March 2011.




A DBS, red liveried 'tug' is next. John Smith photographed 60011 on a coal train passing over the Sankey Viaduct, in evening sunshine, on 1st April 2011. The working was Liverpool Bulk Terminal - Fiddlers Ferry Power Station.

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