Discussion in 'What's Going On' started by Victor, Feb 25, 2019.
Rescue loco on its way from Newcastle apparently.
PA not working in coach H.
1Z99 just left Tyne Yard, presumably rescue loco for Auld Reekie
A Thunderbird is coming from Newcastle to collect the Deltic from Dunbar. The charter will remain there until it arrives. I am on an LNER service to Doncaster that is due in DON when the charter should be back. So a result. But I can't see the charter getting back before midnight at best.
4 out of 6 traction motors gone according to relief driver in coach H.
Rescue loco rumoured to be 67004. Or 67010. Or a 66?
No longer going via Leeds or Wakefield.
Here's hoping everyone on board gets home safely and not too late. I envy you the first half of your trip. Commiserations on the return.
1Z99 at the south end of royal border bridge.
Are people still on the tour or have they been put on the mainline services?
From what I understand pax put onto LNER services,some Donny ones on 1E28 and Leeds/Wakefield pax on 1E29. My dad is among the Wakefield contingent and is with a group who are getting a taxi from Leeds (as no connection to Wakefield).
Going to be a costly incident for some.
I hear York & Leeds pax on LNER service. Donny folk with Thunderbird?
Appears to be now on the move 200 late, behind rescue loco.
Only a handful got on 1E28. We were the lucky ones
Why was that? Full?
Looks like it arrived back in Doncaster 12.02 - missing out Leeds and Wakefield
My video of 60163 & 55009 at Morpeth
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Oh dear..........................it's baht 'at. Translated means without a hat.............................
Bugga and damnation etc etc.
Well, that's a sickener not only for the DPS but everybody connected , a good run up for Tornado and then Alycidon throws a wobbly.
I hope everybody got home safely, and yes, I still wish we'd been on it but now we move on to something else.
Unfortunately it's the name of the game, no matter how well you service and prepare a piece of machinery it can fail suddenly and unexpectedly.
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