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photoblog image The opening of Cauldren Lowe

The opening of Cauldren Lowe

 

BR Standard locomotive 71000, Duke of Gloucester, stands at Knigsley and Froghall station on the Churnet Valley Railway las Saturday after heading the first train over the newly opened Cauldren Lowe branch north of Cheddington.

 

Also working the line that day was ex Southern Region West Country Class 34028, Eddystone, seen here approaching Cheddington station.

 

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The opening of Cauldren Lowe

 

BR Standard locomotive 71000, Duke of Gloucester, stands at Knigsley and Froghall station on the Churnet Valley Railway las Saturday after heading the first train over the newly opened Cauldren Lowe branch north of Cheddington.

 

Also working the line that day was ex Southern Region West Country Class 34028, Eddystone, seen here approaching Cheddington station.

 

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comments (5)

  • vintage
  • Brisbane Australia
  • 16 Nov 2010, 06:27
Power
Les Auld: and looks Vintage, thanks for the comment.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 16 Nov 2010, 08:30
The Duke is a fine beast - which I have now managed to see after 50 odd years!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChxbFMIRd3k
Les Auld: She certainly sounds great on the main line Chris, thanks for the comment.
Wonderful images. (:o)
Les Auld: Thanks Rosalyn, appreciate the comment.
A fine pair Les
Les Auld: Indeed so Bill, tahnks for the comment.
Two fine shots Les, the Duke is a beauty isn't she.
Les Auld: She really is Brian, but the engine I went specifically to see was Eddystone, so a good two for one. Thanks for the comment.

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