In today's post, 9th November 2011, I am using five shots from four workers, showing ten locomotives representing five classes.
The first pic is from Ken Young. The recently common, DBS red liveried class 92, 92009 Marco Polo, is pictured approaching Bank Quay with the early morning 'silver bullets' china clay working on 2nd November 2011.
Shot number two is from John Smith. The New Measurements Train (NMT) of Network Rail is depicted passing through Winwick, southbound, on 2nd November 2011. The HST is headed by class 43, 43014 with class 43, 43062 John Armitt, on the tail. This HST was introduced by NR in 2003 and is seen all over the network on track assessment duties.
Jeff Nicholls has sent in pic number three. Featured is DBS red liveried 'tug', 60011, heading 'wrong line' to Latchford Sidings with the usual Liverpool Bulk Terminal - Fiddlers Ferry Power Station coal working. The pic is dated 8th November 2011.
The last two pics, four and five, are from Matthew Chambers. Pic number four shows double heading class 20s, 20905 and 20901, heading a couple of tanks through Warrington on a Doncaster working. This pic is dated 30th September 2011.
Last up is Matthew's shot of a class 37 consist of four, passing through Winwick, northbound, on 30th June 2011. The locos are DRS liveried 37603/510/601/602.