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Vintage Trains Evening Dining to Worcester

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  1. MikeParkin65

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    7029 through Worcester Foregate St this evening fullsizeoutput_144c.jpeg
     
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    Crossing the Severn after the reverse, starting the journey back to Birmingham

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    Nice shots. We did the first trip and much of the journey was in the dark but enjyable all the same
     
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    Some Clun in the sun! Near Ladywood on the outward, between Blakedown and Hagley on the return:
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    The bringer of cloud does it again...

    7029 crosses the Severn this evening as it passes back through Worcester.

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