WINWICK & ELSEWHERE
First up are two shots from David Quayle, both taken in north-west Russia. The first shows a passenger train in the port city of Murmansk taken from a cruise ship Silver Cloud.
David's second shot was also taken at the same time and shows a goods service. The date for both shots was 9th July 2014.
The next two pics are from John Smith, His first shows a Hereford - Dundee charter passing through Winwick with 57316 and 57314 top and tail. The pic is dated 23rd July 2014.
John's second pic features GBRf class 66, 66730 Whitemoor on a Seaforth - Ironbridge biomass container working. The electrification gantries are clearly visible at St Helens Junction on 23rd July 2014.
Ieuan Wood has forwarded the next three shots. His first depicts John Cameron's 'Streak', No.60009 Union of South Africa, travelling with support coach through Winwick, from Farrington to Crewe, on 19th July 2014.
Ieuan's next pic shows the blue class 86, 86259 Les Ross, in charge of the Cumbrian Mountain Express at Winwick, on 19th July 2014.
Pic three from Ieuan is a shot of DBS class 66, 66118 on a scrap metal working bound for Arpley. The date was 19th July 2014.
Geoff Monks has sent in the next pic. Pictured is Freightliner class 66, 66515 passing through Hale with a Tunstead - Westbury Lafarge stone train; the date was 20th July 2014.
Bevan Price has sent in the following two pics. Up first is a Harrogate - Leeds 'special' carrying 'Tour de France' supporters. The locos were DRS class 47, 47810 Peter Bath MBE 1927 - 2006 (Top) and DRS class 57, 57308 County of Staffordshire (Tail). Bevan's shot is dated 5th July 2014.
Bevan's next shot is of a GBRf consist of six class 66s. They are 66737 Lesia towing the new locos 66752,753,754,756 and 755. They were working Newport Docks - Doncaster Roberts Road; the date was 12th July 2014.
Colins third shot shows a Freightliner class 66 at Rossett (Wrexham) on a recent engineering working.
Finally, another of Colin's recent shots, this one of a bridge in Camden Town displaying a picture of double heading 'Castle' class 4-6-0s.