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Where's the Q1 gone?

Discussion in 'National Railway Museum' started by Susan, Jun 15, 2016.

  1. Susan

    Susan New Member

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    paid a flying visit to nrm today, couldn't find the Q1 - anyone know where it's hiding?
     
  2. Anthony Coulls

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    It's in the Conservation Workshop - it will be back out on display soon as part of a planned shunt
     
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    Cheers- look forward to it!
     
  4. Anthony Coulls

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    You're welcome, she was moved out only for the duration of the Flying Scotsman exhibition and we're still putting things back!
     
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    It was on the turntable last Thursday. It was one of several exhibits that were uninterpreted, I noticed.

    Patrick
     
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    Bean-counter Resident of Nat Pres

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    Outside in the sun last Tuesday

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    Spamcan81 Resident of Nat Pres

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    Hell of gradient in that yard. :)
     
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    Those locos must have good handbrakes!

    Only realised after I had posted that the cropping tool on the 'phone I took it on was easiest way to remove the gradient! :Arghh:

    Steven
     
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    Someone seems to have placed a banana under its rear driver to stop it rolling away!
     
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    martin1656 Part of the furniture Friend

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    pity it wasn't stabled a bit more forward so the smoke from the in steam engine looked like it was from 33001 i bet that would have fooled a few
     

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