Archive for the ‘UK Preservation’ Category

Summer Saturday Rodent

Just a single phot – 25185 at Churston working the 1300 Paignton – Kingswear, let out for a couple of trips to allow the kettles to pair up. I’d forgotten quite how good these little locos are, especially on load 7 with a good bank to attack…

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Posted July 19, 2015 by redcow87015 in Class 25s, UK Preservation

A few UK phots

Some photos from 2013 so far involving a few tours and other bits…

Posted April 29, 2013 by redcow87015 in Class 25s, UK, UK Mainline, UK Preservation

Autumn Rats

After a barren year for rats, a couple of events and the return to service of 25173 at easily accessible Epping/Ongar has meant a couple of trips to get a small sulzer fix…

Posted November 27, 2012 by redcow87015 in Class 25s, UK, UK Preservation

EE Stuff, Spring 2012

Been confined to the UK for a while (boo!) so here is some English Electric from earlier in the year…

Mid Norfolk Gala

Easter Scottish Tour

EDs at London Bridge

Posted September 6, 2012 by redcow87015 in UK, UK Mainline, UK Preservation

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Recent Phots 14th September

Some recent stuff, West Somerset, Sarah Siddons and a London Bridge Goyle

For full detailed descriptions please see individual photo pages – only added brief captions here.

 

Posted September 14, 2011 by redcow87015 in Class 25s, UK, UK Mainline, UK Preservation

UK – Phots added 21 August

Some recent stuff, just to prove I do spend some time in this country!

Batch of phots runs through from late June to mid-August, two tours in a month being quite a lot by my standards.

For full detailed descriptions please see individual photo pages – only added brief captions here.

Posted August 21, 2011 by redcow87015 in Class 25s, UK, UK Mainline, UK Preservation

Recent Phots 12th June

Some recent stuff, mainly pres from all over the place

For full detailed descriptions please see individual photo pages – only added brief captions here.

Posted June 12, 2011 by redcow87015 in Class 25s, UK, UK Mainline, UK Preservation