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After days of 'will she won't she' she is going like a good'un
Royal Scot heading for Crowcombe Heathfield station on the West Somerset Railway yesterday.
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She looks good Bev, pleased to she is now a runner
Great to know its up & running hoping we can see it in its full glory like this shot later in the year
So sorry I missed you yesterday. Looking a very fine sight and a good shot
For so long we've been without a Scot. Now, just like buses two come along together but I'm not complaining. Thanks for sharing this, it's made my day.
A lovely composition and crystal clear image. - gary
great to see the old gal back
Excellent--- the train is a grand addition to the landscape!
Great stuff!! Glad to see her in steam again and well taken. I'll now add to the controversy surrounding this locomotive. When I worked on her at Nottingham MPD, she definately had cracked frames! The right leading and centre top corners of the horn guides and also the left centre top corners. I know because your's truly was presented with a hand drill and bits, with instructions to drill holes at the crack extremeties. So 6100 has either the frames from another Royal Scot class locomotive, or has had new horn re-enforcing plates fitted.
Well done Bev. Such a wonderful nostalgic image.
Beautiful train shot.... and perfect scenery..well done Bev !
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