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3-Cig "Freshwater"

Discussion in 'Diesel & Electric Traction' started by ady, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. ady

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    Anyone know why the now out of service 3-Cig "Freshwater" was at Poole today behind a GBRF Class 66? Going the wrong way if heading away from Bournemouth?
     
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    I did hear she was off to the Mid Norfolk Railway behind GBRF 66705 today.
     
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    But why would they need to go via. Poole? Proberley a simple answer...
     
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    It went to Poole to allow the 66 to run-round the 3-cig in the sidings.
     

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