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LE Movements, ECS and Test Runs 2021

Discussion in 'What's Going On' started by Big Al, Dec 29, 2020.

  1. JohnRobinson

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    the above link from Carnforth to Keighley now shows cancelled .... but I think its replaced by this

    https://www.realtimetrains.co.uk/service/gb-nr:68784/2021-10-13/detailed

    (last years run didnt stop at Hellifield but ran straight through to Keighley)
     
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    45212 after leaving Carnforth approaching Midland Shed, running very early.

     
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    45212 in a hurry to get home to Keighley. Seen at Keerholme
     
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    How come 45212 wasent running in tow with a support coach?
     
  6. class8mikado

    class8mikado Part of the furniture

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    Going on a relatively short trip from a fully equipped shed to another...not really needed.
     
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    MellishR Resident of Nat Pres Friend

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    Nevertheless a rare sight nowadays.
     
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    Does it have its own support coach or use a WCRC one?
     
  9. J Shuttleworth

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    It's been using one of ours.

    There's no hard & fast rule that any steam loco move must have support coach. Like all things nowadays, you assess, then take the appropriate actions - and Carnforth to Keighley is hardly a high risk.

    JS
     
  10. class8mikado

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    In WIBN world there would have been a brakevan available for these wee trips.
     
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    ANyone know what's up with Stotsman, it's still in Hinslet Down Yaytd with 5Z76 ME'??
     
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    Stottie cakes?
     
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    I was thinking more about the ME - Medical Emergency or Mechanical Emergency!
     
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    So does anyone know what’s befallen FS?


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    Speculation on facebook is poor coal...fingers crossed thats all it is.
     
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    Heard from a friend of mine who was a steward on Scotsman over the weekend that coal was a few lumps with 60% dust. The dust was just setting on the bars and with no rocking grate you can’t shake the bars,
     
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    All that dosh spent and they didnt retrofit a rocking grate ? tut tut, dont tell me because its ' not historically accurate'.
     
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