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Downbound Train

By Rob66
The principal express service on the west coast rail route to Scotland was 'The Royal Scot', the 'down' train left London Euston for Glasgow at 10am each morning, the corresponding 'up' train going in the opposite direction, this service was a competitor to the east coast route's 'Flying Scotsman'.
Here we see the 71 year old 6233 Duchess of Sutherland rolling back the years as it speeds northwards near Wigan on the 30th May 2009.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: Railway Train Transport Steam Black and white Wigan Duchess of sutherland 6233 Standish

Voters: Imagephotographics, NobbytheNobster, cfcrikp and 6 more


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Comments


21 May 2010 8:58AM
Excellent shot and processing

Chris
NobbytheNobster 11 33 5 England
21 May 2010 9:13AM
Really good shot, excellent comp.
Ricky.
cfcrikp 10
21 May 2010 9:15AM
It is so good to still see these trains running a regular chartered service.
lovely shot and in traditional mono.
Craig99999 12 19 1 United Kingdom
21 May 2010 9:39AM
Love the Conversion

Craig
Carrie_1 10 2 6 Wales
21 May 2010 9:46AM
Lovely shot.
Caroline
21 May 2010 4:44PM
First class - well presented.
Pat
DHouston 16 8 United Kingdom
22 May 2010 1:44PM
Well composed and exposed. Nice one.

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