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The Fellsman 2015

Discussion in 'What's Going On' started by 26D_M, May 24, 2015.

  1. GWR4707

    GWR4707 Resident of Nat Pres

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    Left lancaster on time.
     
  2. Oswald T Wistle

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    RT at top of Hoghton bank, 46115 working, good speed, 47 pushing.
     
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    GWR4707 Resident of Nat Pres

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    I was thinking as the 47 passed the platform end at Lancaster earlier, that must be possibly the most boring job, sitting at the controls of a diesel all day looking at the back of a mk1 carriage and occasionally applying power.
     
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    Ah but does he, what's wrong with being in the back cab?????
     
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    He was definitely in the front cab (and looking bored!) when it departed Lancaster
     
  6. Oswald T Wistle

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    A bit like the episode of One Foot in the Grave where Victor is stuck in a bank holiday traffic jam behind a horse box and spends the whole day "staring at a horse's backside."
     
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    46115 1a.jpg

    Under threatening skies, LMS 7P Class 4-6-0 No. 46115 'Scots Guardsman' approaches Horton in Ribblesdale with the northbound 'Fellsman' rail tour

    46115 2b.jpg

    Working along Mallerstang approaching Aisgill summit, LMS 7P Class 4-6-0 No. 46115 'Scots Guardsman' with the returning 'Fellsman' rail tour
     
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    2 nice shots from a nice man, this is our song lol
     
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    I did see another photographer standing beside the wall a little from my position and now see it was you Shep Wooley. Shame we couldn't keep that lovely light we had at 15.17 & 15.28 the fells looked superb bathed in the light and shadow. My shot taken at Angeholm and what a lovely sound the Scot made climbing to the summit.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/10257146@N05/17810072023/in/dateposted-public/

    Thanks for looking ....Simon
     
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    Lovely shot combining 2 recent rarities, 46115 and sunshine. About 7E at the summit, then held in Blackburn for the York - Blackpool N, 2L at Cherry Tree where it was getting a real hefty push from the 47.
     
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    Ah Cilla Crack........."worra lorra laffs"
     
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    Cheers Henry.
     
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    Now then Henry, non of your posh location names here please, to us locals it is Low Baron Wood.;)
     
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    Yeah your right but Coombe Eden does roll off the tongue lol
     
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    I see the Fellsman is not stopping at Appleby this week due to the Horse Fair... Stopping at Langwathby instead.
     

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