Or even Mr. Hosking!
I think the clue to which loco is being used on this train is in the title. Incidentally the word is "Charabanc"
Heard today on Braunton's first train on its visit to the WSR:
By senior gentleman in family group: "The engine on our train is called Lord...
Oh dear, in that case someone ought to tell Haynes Publishers and indeed the A1 Trust, as their manual claims to have been published in...
Brilliant! Good to know that my memory was not playing tricks on me.
Many Thanks Johnb
My memory is telling me that prior to the branch line between Cambridge and St. Ives (Cambs.) being converted to a guided...
34039 Boscastle had the honour of being the regular “Golden Arrow” engine between July and September 1948.
This is obviously an error, my best guess is that the person tasked with compiling the advert for publication did a "cut and paste" of last years...
Sir, you are a dreamer of beautiful dreams.
Last time this, or a very similar question was asked I said "a Jersey Lilly", I have not changed my mind, one can but dream!
"pre war 'Arrers" ?
The previous owners of 92212 have indeed been there, done that, and met your insurmountable barrier. It was only after having gone as far as was...
Website announcement also points out that this gala will be the very last opportunity to ride behind Bittern before she is withdrawn for overhaul.
There's absolutely no way that either 6990 (owned by the David Clarke Railway Trust and overhauled for use on the GCR is going to be released by...
A personal observation on that very comparison: Both types are fitted with steam chest pressure gauges, with a Britannia on dry rail it is...
Not sure about that but now you have got these aliens down there please understand it is not a licence to indulging in any streaking.
It certainly has therefore it now has a new start to its boiler ticket.
I would have thought that the two 9F's would be good candidates for freight trains.
See post #186 above.
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