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Richard Bywater 3h
Doncaster Station 4/10/89. British Rail Class 37 diesel loco 37009 in BR Blue heads south with a long & varied rake of wagons on a Speedlink service. 🤓
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Freightliner Nov 30
First of a number of intermodal test trains to arrive at the new ‘Tilbury 2’ this weekend in conjunction with Ports Limited and Ltd
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Richard Bywater Nov 29
Water Orton 4/5/89. Thornaby Depot's Class 37 pairing 37503 'British Steel Shelton' & 37504 'British Steel Corby' head empty SPA Plate Wagons. Kingfishers & Large Numbers! 🤓
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Richard Bywater Nov 30
Llandudno Junction Station 28/2/95. British Rail Class 37 diesel loco 37402 'Bont y Bermo' awaits departure on a rake of Regional Railways Mark 2 coaches. Unbranded Railfreight Triple Grey & mini snowploughs 🤓
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Richard Bywater Nov 29
Cardiff Canton depot allocated refurbished British Rail Class 37s at Shrewsbury 29/6/86. Railfreight Grey liveried 37504 & Large Logo Blue 37426 'Y Lein Fach - Vale of Rheidol' 🤓
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Richard Bywater Nov 25
A pair of British Rail Class 37 diesel locos haul a long rake of Bogie 100 Ton Oil Tank Wagons along the Great Western Main Line near South Moreton 10/3/89. 37078 & 37220 look smart in BR Blue. 🤓
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Richard Bywater Nov 24
Ealing Broadway 17/9/90. A pair of British Rail Class 37 diesels double heading 100 Ton Oil Tankers 37350/D6700 in BR Green & 37294 in Railfreight Petroleum sector livery. 🤓
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Richard Bywater Nov 23
British Rail Class 47 diesel loco 47290 rumbles light engine through Leeds City station 3/10/86. Original Railfreight Grey colours looking smart. Ended up rebuilt to a Class 57 as 57316 🤓
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Richmond Park Model Railway Nov 30
A couple more old film photos taken at Chesterfield on 30th July 2002, with EWS 56048 in ex-BR civil engineers livery, rather appropriately working an engineers train. I believe only 56031, 036 & 046-049 carried Dutch livery.
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Dispatch Jack Nov 27
It's 3.30 pm so it's time for our daily visit by 3W90, the Rail Head Treatment Train (RHTT). Today it's being hauled by 73141 "Charlotte" and 73128 "O.V.S Bulleid OBE"
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RSSB Dec 1
Join our webinar with on 2 Dec to find out how are helping improve the VSTP process, and be part of the discussion around R&D priorities for the freight sector. Register NOW > >
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Timon Rose Nov 27
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Colas Rail UK Nov 27
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RSSB Nov 26
We’re re-boosting our R&D collaboration with the community: join us on 2 Dec to be part of the discussion! Organised with , we’ll be showcasing our R&D and Innovation work has a DIRECT BENEFIT for freight. Register here >>
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Richard Bywater Nov 30
Lostwithiel Station 24/5/99. Class 37 diesel loco 37693 in Transrail branded Railfreight triple grey colours hauls a long rake of CDA China Clay Hopper wagons past the superb Semaphore Signals 🤓
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Network Rail Scotland Nov 25
Great article! We’re facilitating the growth of new business by maximising existing flows and development of new business and terminal facilities.
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Richard Bywater 3h
Under the lights at Carlisle Station sidings, two of the Shell namer Railfreight Petroleum Sector Class 47 diesel locos. 47233 'Strombidae' & 47196 'Haliotidae' 15/2/92 🤓
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Richard Bywater Nov 29
Hauling a matching rake of Foster Yeoman PHA bogie aggregate hoppers, Class 59 diesel loco 59001 'Yeoman Endeavour' passes through Westbury 11/9/92. 🤓
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Richard Bywater Nov 29
Retro Highland Stag branded large logo Blue livery on Class 47 diesel loco 47635 'The Lass 'O Ballochmyle' working a Freightliner Container service near Harlaston 17/12/03 🤓
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ONT On the Move Nov 30
Replying to @CNRailway
Unfortunately, there isn't a way to reroute traffic around that isn't expensive, negatively impactful on flows, or disruptive to other communities. To this transport observer, grade separation appears to be the only achievable solution. 5/5
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