Yes, that’s right, making vantage points alongside the railway all the more precious to those of us who no longer have one
“huge safety fencing project “... does that mean even fewer places where those without lineside passes can stand to get photos without trespassing?
I have just read the Railway Herald article and whilst agreeing that it is hardly an investigative journalist piece, there is an interesting piece...
So over £300K of the provision was released. All part of the financial miracle brought about by jjp’s stewardship. All smoke and mirrors which...
Just joined and donated. It was the tenor of the WSR press release that swung it for me. The person who wrote/approved it should be ashamed
It has gone too, along with the 50 anniversary event. Sad times
Hope the event paid for itself. Some of the trains appeared to be very lightly loaded.
Clearly a devotee of the Trump school of mis- management
Hadn’t realised it was so long since my last visit.
Which way does 46447 face? The website photo suggests it also faces Cranmore.
Thanks for that. Looks unlikely doesn’t it.
And yes, I know its a National Collection loco.... not sure where it sits in their loco strategy though.
Is anything going to happen with 49395? I seem to recall that years ago this was described as PW’s favourite loco.
I prefer a bit grubby because it reduces the reflections from w**kers on platforms wearing hi-vis jackets
Will the ESR get some running out of “Goliath” before it is returned to DSR? Santa specials perhaps?
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