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Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Four Different Classes

Today's post, 16th August 2011, again comprises four pics from four contributors. Each shot shows a different class of locomotive/unit.

Pic number one is from Geoff Monks.  BR blue, large logo liveried class 47, 47580 County of Essex, is pictured on a Coventry - Carnforth empty coaching stock move northbound, through Winwick, on 14th August 2011. The Network Rail main line registered locomotive, with two other class 47s, is preserved and owned by the Stratford 47 Group (formed in 2001).



The second pic is from John Smith. Depicted is EWS (DBS) class 66, 66137, hauling ex RMC orange aggregate hoppers (JGAs), northbound, through Winwick on 29th July 2011. John has used the trees as a natural frame.


EWS (DBS) class 67, 67007, is up next in a pic from Jeff Nicholls. The shot was taken in Arpley Yard on 24th June 2011 and shows the loco about to depart with a working of box wagons.


The final shot, from myself, is a slight deviation. It's quite a while since the class 175s were posted on our site, therefore, I have included this shot of a passing pair of 175 units at Winwick on 30th April 2010. The units are 175104 and 175108. The gantry has been used as a frame.

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