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2021 Jacobite

Discussion in 'What's Going On' started by steam_mad, Dec 5, 2020.

  1. Macko

    Macko Well-Known Member

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    There is no unit at the moment John, the late morning train has been cut in the current reduced schedule.
     
  2. Apollo12

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    Correct but there is still a stop to return and receive a token.
     
  3. steamingyorkshire

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    A couple of stills from myself, taken over the last few days in Scotland. Superb performances from the crews, a delight to be back up in the Highlands.
    Video to follow.

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    henrywinskill Part of the furniture

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    Crackin shots Simon I would have been up but had to get my place of work ready for re-opening
     
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    Looking forward to it!


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  6. Macko

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  7. steamingyorkshire

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    Video now online from the few days in Scotland featuring LNER K1 No.62005 and LMS 5MT No.45407 'The Lancashire Fusilier', filmed between the 28th April and 1st May 2021.

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  8. henrywinskill

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    Excellent Simon.Have you tried the shot further on at Craigag through the bridge in you're going away shot.Its canny AM
     
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    Thanks Henry, hmm, no I haven’t. I didn’t realise there was one. I’ll have a look in September when I’m next up. Thanks
     
  10. ribble

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    Challenging weather conditions this week but the sun did oblige from time to time
    Class 5 45212 with the afternoon working at Loch Eilt causeway on May 11th 2021

    David Price
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    Lovely stuff David,proving once again that nothing beats the Highlands
     
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    Thanks Henry
    Spring in the Highlands - no midges,the bracken only just showing,virtually no traffic and Glenfinnan accessible - what's not to like !!
    No doubt I will be back in the Autumn though !

    David
     
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    Indeed - what's not to like? Only the greatly enhanced springtime fire risk:(.

    Peter
     
  14. ribble

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    Fair point Peter,fire risk has been an issue some Spring seasons but by no means all,and it certainly wasn't a problem this week !
    The sparse traffic and lack of tourists are both results of the current pandemic of course,hopefully for the local economy things will improve soon
     
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    You were lucky (or maybe not!) - we were diesel "assisted" for two of the first six days of this running season.

    Peter
     

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