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  1. 1947 - Burns Night

    Hi Evilcrow, fully seasonal is an aspiration rather than an actuality. At best right now is summer and snow. Lots of tinkering with textures to come by the look of it. TurfFX and Clutter to get to...
  2. The Desolation of Strathgarve

    Snow has arrived in Strathgarve. Dingwall shed has turned out a six-coupled "Wee Ben", No. 17 "Ben Alligan" because its adhesion is useful in adverse conditions.


    http://i.imgur.com/FWgG7re.jpg...
  3. 1939 - Starth Garve II

    Strath Garve and the Ardmair bound loaded oil tanks form the first train out of Inverness bound for the navy depot. It is a special working, and will wait to cross the Inverness-bound morning...
  4. 1921 - Torr an Eas Quarry

    Thanks Annie. In the Ullapool river valley to the north of the town there are several quarries. An old six-inch map of 1902 shows an old lime kiln at Torr An Eas. The quarry line is steeply graded,...
  5. NW Scotland

    http://i.imgur.com/S4kz2ce.jpg
  6. 1939 - Strath Garve and a Clan 4-6-0

    High summer 1939 and the fellow attending to his dog at the side of the old coach road between Garve and Ullapool is probably oblivious of the significance of oil tank empties returning from Ardmair...
  7. Hello Evilcrow, glad that you like the shot and...

    Hello Evilcrow, glad that you like the shot and can almost feel the work being done. Laying out the route is a challenge since, while McConnell gives some information it feels as though yet more is...
  8. Hello Tanker, thanks. On the subject of a mixed...

    Hello Tanker, thanks. On the subject of a mixed formation, it is not "technically" a mixed goods-passenger train, but it does have a significant number of Non-Passenger-Carrying Stock (NPCS) vehicles...
  9. Hello Ed, Hello Annie. I appreciate the feedback,...

    Hello Ed, Hello Annie. I appreciate the feedback, many thanks. Your locos and rolling stock look great Ed. Annie, as to the retirement of your veteran compound by Paul it only took fifteen years to...
  10. Highland Railway Train on the Cil an Droighinn Viaduct

    It is some time since I have been working on my Ullapool route. A misty morning in the far north west of Scotland as a Skye Bogie 0-4-4 ascends the grade between Inverbroom and Gleann Mr at Cil an...
  11. Blackhill Station, County Durham

    Hello Ian, Thanks! Blackhill station was built as part of the N.E.R.'s extension of the Lanchester Valley branch by the construction of the Derwent Valley branch in 1867. The railway politics of the...
  12. Thanks Annie. As ever, Evilcrow turns out...

    Thanks Annie. As ever, Evilcrow turns out exceptional screenshots and Tanker46 will have a busy time setting up his North Blythe route.


    http://i.imgur.com/2RwhcQy.jpg
  13. 1949 - Shildon - Mixed Rake of Coal Hoppers and a Q5

    Northeast England during the steam era. The LNER Q6 (NER T2 Class) 0-8-0 is closely associated with coal traffic in County Durham, right up to the end of steam in the area during 1967. However, they...
  14. 1949 - Q5 0-8-0 Hauling Coal at Shildon

    Former LNER Q5 Class 0-8-0 No. E3260 of Middlesborough shed is hauling a loaded coal train out of Shildon Yard in County Durham one morning during 1949. She will reach Newport Yard on the River Tees...
  15. My vote goes to Forester1

    My vote goes to Forester1
  16. 1946 - Shunting Coal at Blackhill on the Derwent Valley Branch

    Northeast England during the steam era. A grimy J72 0-6-0T delivers loaded coal hoppers to the coal merchants at Blackhill, County Durham. This traffic would survive the closure of the branch between...
  17. 1946 - Shunting Coal at Blackhill

    Hello Tanker and Evilcrow, thanks for your kind words and great screenshots.
    Circa 1946, a J72 0-6-0T is shunting coal hoppers at Blackhill.


    http://i.imgur.com/zCjO5f4.jpg

    The hoppers are...
  18. 1950 Shildon Yard

    Shildon Yard, near Bishop Auckland is on the 1825 Stockton to Darlington route. Built to handle coal, the neighbourhood had, by 1950, been handling coal traffic for 125 years.

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  19. Shildon Yard 1950

    Shildon Yard was a large coal handling facility in NE England astride the original 1825 Stockton & Darlington line.


    http://i.imgur.com/Fcc29x2.jpg

    A train of empty steel coal hoppers arrives...
  20. Shildon Yard Northeast England - 1950

    In Northeast England a Gresley A4 4-6-2 Pacific with a diverted ECML express passenger train for London passes a Q6 0-8-0 arriving at Shildon yard with a train of empty coal hoppers from Newport yard...
  21. 1914 - ECML Between Hett Crossing and Croxdale

    Northeast England during the steam era. Some trains running along the ECML between Hett Crossing and Croxdale in County Durham circa 1914. The trees follow a rather steeply sided burn, which falls...
  22. hello Tanker, all I have in terms of drawings...

    hello Tanker, all I have in terms of drawings are:

    1. The elevation one from the NERA publication on North Eastern Locomotives - Fletcher, McDonnel and Worsdell engines
    2. A page with elevation...
  23. More Shunting at Blackhill

    More shunting at Blackhill.


    http://i.imgur.com/aKd0MJe.jpg
  24. 1921 - NER 290 Class Shunting at Blackhill

    Hello Tanker

    The tank engine is an 0-6-0T 290 Class, later LNER Class J77.


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

    No. 958 in the screenshot was built in August 1874, rebuilt to 0-6-0T 290 Class...
  25. 1921 - Weathered F9 vans at Blackhill N.E.R.

    Northeast England during the steam era. Blackhill County Durham and two F9 perishables vans are being shunted by a 290 Class 0-6-0T.


    http://i.imgur.com/6Xvxd3f.jpg

    The locomotive is a 290...
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