At the risk of incurring Ray's wrath with a (hopefully close to) last digression on the subject, I could swear I've seen an old photo of the revived Giant's Causeway line with two ex-BnM 'Barclays' in shot, if not in steam. Thanks for the update on the whereabouts of t'other. On IMR speeds, I do recall a statement that the timetabling of certain Ramsey services 'called for some smart running', though how that translates into speed I don't know. Isn't the current view on limits more predicated on not being cruel to aged wooden bodied stock than what the locos might still be capable of? I suspect that recent 'comprehensive locomotive rebuilds' lf the IMR fleet have been considerably more 'comprehensive' in nature than any earlier tlc, certainly since WWII. Could anyone comment authoritatively?