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Joanne Crompton Dec 14
Had a brilliant day getting re-acquainted with a Manor, lovely engine and it's been a right good laugh. Smile says it all really. 🚂
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Matt W Jan 21
166211 visits Brighton overnight. A sign of things to come!
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Freya Lee Jan 15
EXCLUSIVE: says part of the plan to upgrade Railway Station is on hold. Firm doesn't have enough cash to build cycle/footpath from car park to Lansdown Road.
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SNCF87 Jan 30
GWR Class 769 no. 769937 at Wolverton Works in new GWR Green Livery.
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Joey Logano Nov 20
Sneak peak of my off season project with ...stay tuned for more
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Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway Dec 30
Our Mince pie special cab observer experiences have now sold out but you can still sample the driver’s view with this time lapse video. It was taken from the cab of 33201 (rear of the train) as 5526 hauls the 1255 down departure from Princes Risborough to Chinnor
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ITV News Meridian Jan 24
Great Western Railway has set up a dedicated team of staff to assist disabled passengers across their network in the Thames Valley. It follows calls from disability campaigners for improved assistance on public transport. Full story:
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Richard Bywater Mar 24
No.1886 : 24th March 1954 Preserves sealed in ex-GWR 10 Ton Ventilated Van W103603 from Thetford Goods Dept to Nottingham, London Road via March, Spalding & Sleaford for No.2 Hospital, Nang Gomm Huck Road
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Jeff Albiston Feb 12
King Class 4-6-0 No 5055 'Earl of Eldon' has just emerged from Whiteball tunnel with the 12.22pm Kingswear to Paddington train. Date: 9th June 1962 📷Photo by Peter W. Gray
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Tom harris Mar 26
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Richard Bywater Mar 26
No.394 : GWR Great Western Railway 8 Ton Signal & Telegraph Dept. Tool/Workshop Van DW15000 built at Swindon 1898. Based on Iron Mink van design and lasted to BR days. Abercynon 25/8/64 🤓
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Richard Bywater Mar 13
No.381 : GWR Great Western Railway 10 Ton Asmo Motor Car Van W116934 built at Swindon 1930. Bringing up the rear of a parcels working somewhere in the early 1960s 🤓
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Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway Dec 30
Steam loco 5526 is back in traffic today hauling our mince pie specials with help from 33201. Join us and enjoy a complimentary mince pie during your train ride through the Chilterns.
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STEAM Museum Mar 10
It's ! Take a look at this superb photo of The Highland Band at in June 1915. They were leading the first contingent of the Regimental Company Troop of the Royal Engineers to be enlisted for service in .
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Gill Garratt Jan 16
Huge wave smashes ibto movi g train & breaks window passing thro Dawlish, several passengers injured. Two trains stuck & ours is abandoned at Newton Abbot. Oh yes spend all rhe money on HS2 why don't you?
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Pumza Fihlani Jan 6
My colleague is putting in the work, he’s done incredibly already. Please follow him on Insta and cheer him on! Also any sponsors that wanna get behind this great attempt, the details are on his page! Go get it
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London's Canals Mar 2
Wow! Did anyone see that fantastic red sky just over half an hour ago? I'm sure some did! Here's the view from Bishops bridge at with the & lines below
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Simon A.C. Martin Dec 28
has just right totally annoyed me. Green (southern) railway station sign for “Mallaig” in Scotland. Use of a CGI German (!) steam loco and coaches. Then use of a loco and coaches in “Scotland”. Couldn’t have offended the rail historian in me if you tried!
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ONE FOR ALL Mar 5
Replying to @Fact
The longest that anyone has survived in the 'anechoic chamber' at Orfield Laboratories in South Minneapolis is just 45 minutes. It's 99.99 per cent sound absorbent and holds the for the world's quietest place, but stay there too long and you may start hallucinating.
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Richard Bywater Mar 25
No.393 : GWR Great Western Railway 25 Ton Macaw B Bogie Bolster DW107101 built at Swindon 1927. Converted to Match Truck for Diesel Crane No.353. Pic'd at Swindon Works 1957 🤓
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