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Thread: UK Screenshots for Pre BR Blue. High resolution warning.

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    Great idea to have a UK steam Screenshot thread, Here's a contribution from me...........

    Green BR 2-6-2 Prairie tank 5553 heads a China clay train on a glorious summers day.

    Gam

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    Another one

    Hughes Crab waits to depart Sheffield



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    Nice phots of the S&DJR - I"d like to build the Stainmore line one day.Meanwhile, here is a J39 passing Grangetown Crossing on the Londonderry lines/All that remains here now is a single rusty track with a wire fence over it...

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    Well here is my contribution!

    Now before you all have ago at me! I've asked Chris if this screenie is ok and he says so!


    A V2 Heads a Charter Bound for Church New Street the 26 purley there for providing Steam Heat!

    Cheers
    Cameron
    Last edited by cjburgess; January 7th, 2008 at 06:13 PM.

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    SDJR 7f at Evercreech Junction.

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    I can't see the point of this. People are posting steam shots in the existing UK Hi-Res thread. It would be better if we had separate UK Diesel/Electric and UK Steam threads. However, I'll join in with a few pics.







    Best wishes,
    Padster

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    Well, the point is that though people are still posting steam there it is lost amongst Diesels and Electrics, this thread is meant to be where like minded people, who prefer steam, yet may like other forms of power can focus their steam creativity here, basically the steam part of what you said about 2 separate Diesel/Electric and Steam Threads you may not see the point in this thread i don't see the point in other threads, but I don't say anything in them about it for example KRS thread all I have said in there is about the S&D representation, no-one is forcing anyone to view/post in threads. Thankyou for your contribution to this thread, look forward to more.
    Last edited by lner; January 8th, 2008 at 01:09 PM.


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    Some Ive uploaded to my photobucket account over a long period of time.















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    Nice pictures everyone

    some from me







    My new purchases from LMS Man are put to work







    9F on shed





    Linda working in the early hours



    Linda checks out the competition

    thanks lner

    57xx + 56xx thanks to LMS Man
    9F thanks to Lielesto
    Peckett 0-4-0st 'Linda' thanks to Barn700


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    Quote Originally Posted by Padster View Post



    Ah, a Manor. The best class of steam there was...

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    Also known as a Manure by some!

    I think this thread is a great idea, and here are a few from me of a busy moment at Shawell.




    Anthony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxgoldstein View Post
    Ah, a Manor. The best class of steam there was...
    Ow you don't know how wrong you are.
    Don't get me wrong for a loco of that size being more powerful than a black 5 is amazing and it is great loco but there are better British steamers out there like the A4, Duchess, Merchant Navy and this....


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    Is that the garratt that used to work across the A5?


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    lner - yes it is! I didn't think anyone would get that! It's something barn700 is working at the mo.

    Loving all the screenshots in this thread, but I'm especially looking forward to your GCR route as and when.

    Anthony

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    The crossing wasn't very far away from Nuneaton when your going towards Atherstone, so it sort of a local locomotive


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