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  1. Lewisner, that indeed is a heavy blow to suffer....

    Lewisner, that indeed is a heavy blow to suffer. My sympathies. I learned that lesson the hard way 31 years ago as a young officer when the ship's lifting gear database on the 1Mb SCSI HDD within the...
  2. Y&NMR and ECML - The 5pm Liverpool - Newcastle Aug 7 1956

    Northeast England during the steam era. Inspired by Steve Bank's website and his latest post on some photographs taken at Neville Hill East by an unknown photographer who made comprehensive notes on...
  3. Ken, great shots as ever. Neville, I might have...

    Ken, great shots as ever.
    Neville, I might have to do some digging to try and see where the "half-fiver" was from. I thnk that Steve Banks is a native of Leeds. His personal shots from the 60s are...
  4. 1956 - An A4 and a Liverpool - Newcastle Bank Holiday Relief

    Steve Banks has posted a shot on his website of Gateshead A4 60016 Silver King in charge of a Bank Holiday relief train to the 5.0 pm Liverpool to Newcastle passing Neville Hill East SB. It was 7.16...
  5. 1935 - CIC A Class and a run with empty coal hoppers

    More work for the Consett Iron Company A Class 0-6-0ST No.1 and the trip takes it on to L.N.E.R. metals running through Leadgate, taking empty coal hoppers to Eden Hill colliery, situated to the east...
  6. Good work Annie. Lewisner, regarding post #3789,...

    Good work Annie.
    Lewisner, regarding post #3789, setting the date is an important consideration but, in my opinion, at the end of the day we aren't building museum quality reproductions but a...
  7. Hello Tanker, On completion of its london...

    Hello Tanker,

    On completion of its london Extension, the GCR went in to overdrive marketing cross country services to the G.W.R. and L.S.W.R. via its route to Banbury, where traction was switched....
  8. Hello tanker. There were meetings between the SR...

    Hello tanker. There were meetings between the SR and LNER on a daily basis through goods wagons, whether in the common user pool or not. The wagons not in the common user pool would be loaded in the...
  9. Great shot Ken. Mind you, if that shot is...

    Great shot Ken. Mind you, if that shot is springtime 1914 "Dobbin" possibly has a much darker fate ahead of them than retirement. The government requisitioned 145,000 horses in 1914 at the outbreak...
  10. 1935 - A Class 0-6-0ST and Loaded Coal Hoppers

    Towards the end of the morning shift A Class No.1 is heading west with a loaded train of coal hoppers bound for the sidings at Templetown level crossing.


    http://i.imgur.com/NfxjjFv.jpg
    ...
  11. 1935 - Consett Iron Company A Class 0-6-0ST and Empty Coal Hoppers

    Northeast England during the steam era. Delves Lane level crossing on the Consett Iron Company system on the southern side of town. This line ran from Bradley on the western edge of Leadgate village...
  12. 1935 - Consett - A Class 0-6-0ST and CIC Coal Empties

    A Consett iron Company A Class 0-6-0ST hauls empty company coal hoppers over the level crossing at Delves Lane from the Fell Coke Works bound for the Medomsley exhange sidings at Bradley.

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  13. 1914 - ECML - Ouston Junction and a 290 on a Loco Coal Trip working

    Thanks Evilcrow and welcome to the world of screenshotting Clekev.


    http://i.imgur.com/LY9tR6R.jpg

    At Ouston jcn in NE England the Blaydon shed 290 class 0-6-0T comes off the chord from South...
  14. 1914 - 290 Class Loco Coal Trip Working

    The 290 Class on its return working with a rake of loaded Loco Coal wagons.


    http://i.imgur.com/nubtpKq.jpg

    Leaving the exchange sidings at South Pelaw jcn.


    http://i.imgur.com/Ao0fFZV.jpg
  15. 1914 - ECML and a 290 Class on Loco Coal Trip Working

    Thanks Annie. I have commissioned paul to update the 290 Class with autocouplings, new HD lettering and a couple of detail tweaks.
    Next up I am thinking of commissioning the 1921 290 Class rebuilds...
  16. 1914 - ECML - 290 Class on Loco Coal Trip Working to Stella Gill

    Northeast England during the steam era. A N.E.R. Worsdell 290 Class 0-6-0T hauls a short rake of empty loco coal wagons on a trip working from Blaydon to Stella Gill. Loaded loco Coal wagons will be...
  17. 1914 - South Pelaw Jcn - 290 Class 0-6-0T on Loco Coal Trip Working

    A N.E.R. Worsdell 290 Class 0-6-0T of Blaydon shed on a short loco coal trip working bringing empties to Stella Gill sidings to exchange for loaded loco coal wagons for Low Fell yard and Blaydon...
  18. Evilcrow, very atmospheric shot. Tanker46, the...

    Evilcrow, very atmospheric shot.
    Tanker46, the docks look very busy, quite a handful to operate.
    Taillight98, the passengers on that Bardney to Louth train were probably glad a pair of Gresley...
  19. Looking very "retro" at Bedwood

    Looking very "retro" at Bedwood
  20. 1924 - J22 Cab View of Auckland Junction from a down goods

    The fireman's view from the cab of a J22 0-6-0 as it approaches Auckland Junction on a down goods.


    http://i.imgur.com/U7hUfaJ.jpg

    The line merging from the left is the Sunderland and Bishop...
  21. 1924 - Gilesgate branch - Kepier Grange and a J22

    Thanks for the infor taillight. According to the NERA Express magazine issue 170 of 2003 it mentions that the Gilesgate goods branch had two main sources of traffic other than general goods. Kepier...
  22. Hello tailight98, I didn't know that the V2 was...

    Hello tailight98, I didn't know that the V2 was taken to the old Gilesgate station to be named. It must have required quite a bit of tidying up since it had been a goods station for something like 80...
  23. 1924 - Leamside Branch - Belmont Junction - The view from above

    A very different view looking north at Belmont Junction in 1924 than you'd get if you put a drone aloft today. Here, an intrepid aviator is taking passengers up for a circuit round Durham and is...
  24. 1924 - Leamside branch - A D20, J22 and Q6 at Belmont jcn

    Some cracking shots over the past few days.
    Lewisner, re: post #3688, I know the feeling about looking for information. I presume that you have looked at the shots on the disused stations website. ...
  25. Hello Annie, hello Rob, thanks. Yes Rob, they...

    Hello Annie, hello Rob, thanks.

    Yes Rob, they are Paul Mace's work at paulztrainz.

    With four versions of 52ft bogie 3-cmpt BT(3), two versions of 52ft bogie T, one version of 52ft bogie CL...
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