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Imagine scenes like this today : Darlington Marquess Railtour 3rd October 1964

Discussion in 'BR era (from 1948)' started by neildimmer, Aug 14, 2015.

  1. neildimmer

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    Imagine scenes like this today, H&S would have a fit
    https://railway-photography.smugmug.com/Railtours-Year-by-Year/19651970/1964/44723442-Darlington-Marquess/i-fF59dvt
    https://railway-photography.smugmug.com/Railtours-Year-by-Year/19651970/1964/44723442-Darlington-Marquess/i-X7n2rMQ
    Some more photos of Flying Scotsman tours in the 1960’s
    This collection also features 3442 The Great Marquess
    Darlington Marquess Railtour 3rd October 1964
    4472 heading north at Hitchin
    https://railway-photography.smugmug.com/Railtours-Year-by-Year/19651970/1964/44723442-Darlington-Marquess/i-3s2qtT4
    all the rest of the photos at Darlington, Harrogate and York
    https://railway-photography.smugmug.com/Railtours-Year-by-Year/19651970/1964/44723442-Darlington-Marquess/i-b8VGXFH
    heading home 4472 at Peterborough
    https://railway-photography.smugmug.com/Railtours-Year-by-Year/19651970/1964/44723442-Darlington-Marquess/i-h6GkgC2
    Neil
     
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    Ais Gill, 11th August 1968...

    Interesting shots, Neil. A different age, for sure...
     
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    Those were the days, when preserved locos were quickly repainted into pre-grouping or grouping liveries.

    What was the bell doing on 3442?

    Daniel
     
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    It *looks* like the one from KGV. Most odd.
     
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    That's because then people took responsibility for their own actions and used common sense.
     
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