... and clips. Seconded! Lovely to see Russell back on it's old stamping ground, in locations I'd only ever seen old still monochrome images of it in it's 'cut down' state. Reflections in the big Hunslet's superb paint job can give a few unexpected effects in moving images. Among a remarkable WHHR train, I really like that recently completed Blodge wrought 'Pickering' brake compo. Can't wait to see how the 'Spooner' designed NWNG bogie brake currently under consrtruciton at Blodge turns out. I'll admit I did a double take of NWNG 'Gladstone' Carriage and the NER 'Autocar'! Mention was made on Barrie Hughes's site that Palmerston's trip home saw the little loco distinguish itself, returning a loaded bogie wagon on top of it's three carriages.