For today, 12th October 2011, I am using a mixed bag of locomotive classes sent in by four contributors.
First up are two pics from Ken Young showing the same working from both ends. Pic number one shows DRS class 37, 37607 in front of a Network Rail yellow test coach. The location was Bank Quay low level line and the date, 6th July 2011.
The second pic shows the other end of this consist of three, a second DRS class 37, 37604.
David Wood has supplied pic number three, taken at Red Bank on 1st October 2011. EWS (DBS) class 92, 92019 Wagner, is pictured on the morning Tesco Express, a popular working with photographers.
Pic number four is from Geoff Monks. Green liveried class 47, 47773/D1755 (with 'Castle' class 4-6-0, No.5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe on the tail, but not visible) is shown passing Earlestown Station at the conclusion of the whole train's turning move from Liverpool Lime Street - Parkside Jcn - Winwick - Earlestown loop. The 'Earl' had headed the 'Ticket to Ride' railtour described in the previous post and returned with it that evening. The date of the pic was 1st October 2011.
The final pic in this post is from Jeff Nicholls. First ScotRail class 90, 90019, is pictured at Arpley on 27th September 2011. Arpley resident diesel shunter EWS (DBS) class 08, 08879, is shown behind the class 90.