Preserved Steam and Diesel in Devon & Cornwall

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  1. Chubber

    Chubber Full Member

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    A few to add to your super piccys from the boards of the signal cabin....

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    1501 with a parcels/guard van and Toad

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    Despite the notice 'Passengers are prohibited etc...' Mr Senior Numpty thought it didn't apply to him, until a spirited use of the cylinder drain cocks persuaded him to move on...

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    6430 with a goods working

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    9466 - it needed two other men on the footplate to balance the driver......

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    9466 and 6430 double-heading the 6 coach train...no effort!
     
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    Thanks Doug. They are great.
     
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    GB 12 Photos tomorrow. 6233 Duchess of Sutherland in LMS red. Also some from the Easter Gala at the SDR
     
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    Here are the promised pics. We start with the SDR Easter Gala.

    No. D5601 'Sea King' at Totnes Riverside


    No. D7535 at Totnes Riverside


    No. 5526 at Totnes Riverside, Buckfastleigh and Staverton.




    No. 6412 on Push-Pull Duty (Loco sandwiched between 2 pairs of Autocoaches)


    No. 1219 at Buckfastleigh




     
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    Here are the pics for the GB12. (Day 1)

    LMS 4-6-2 No. 6233 'Duchess of Sutherland' at Plymouth North Road.





    Class 47 No. 47746 'Chris Fudge' at Plymouth North Road.




    GB12 (Day 2)

    LMS 4-6-2 No. 6233 'Duchess of Sutherland' at Plymouth North Road.






    That's it till next weekend (weather permitting) when we have Mayflower on a Torbay run.
     
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    Gary Currently Unemployed ! Staff Member Administrator

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    Love the green locos in those pics, as well as the maroon Duchess. Very nice pics. Thanks for sharing once again. :thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:

    Cheers, Gary.
     
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    More pics coming soon from the SDR Diesel Gala and the Royal Duchy with Duchess of Sutherland
     
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    Coming soon. SDR Steam Gala and a few other bits. First session for 2020. Should be up tomorrow.
     
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    Sorry for the delays but with everything that's been going on at the moment it got put to one side. Here are the pics as promised from the SDR Spring Steam Gala. I hope you like them

    No. 6412 at Buckfastleigh with Shuttle service


    No. 1369 on Goods at Buckfastleigh



    No 1369 at Totnes



    No 4555 at Totnes



    4555 at Staverton


    4555 at Buckfastleigh



    No 5542 at Buckfastleigh


    That's it for a while till trains start running again
     
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    Gary Currently Unemployed ! Staff Member Administrator

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    Beautiful clear pics, very nice ! :thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:

    Cheers, Gary.
     

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