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Finally, 46235 ‘City of Birmingham’ was shown on its way to the museum.EDINBURGH: Here there were some really classics with 2001 ‘Cock O’ The North’ and at Haymarket 2002 ‘Earl Marischal’.Moving further back in time to 1957, Les’s personal motive power was a motorbike and on this trip he captured Clan 72007 ‘Clan Mackintosh’ and a very dirty 9F. Thus we viewed a Q6 in the wilderness near to Consett in 1964 followed by a view of Cockshute shed in Stoke. A night shot taken on 29th December 1967 on the last evening at Tebay shed was followed, touchingly, by a sunset photograph. As ever, it was a wonderful evening of quality photography.
196 ‘Clan Mackenzie’ was handling a goods train whilst in 1963 Burton Jubilee 45557 ‘New Brunswick’ was fairly clean and handling the 08.05 Birmingham service.
Another freight service had the rare combination of 70041 ‘Sir John Moore’ and D5707 with the Co-Bo leading!
46157 ‘The Royal Artilleryman’ had the locals at Lancaster touching the tender.
Finally two Scots, one being 46160 again were the subject of rapt attention.
If you can help to improve the lists or if you spot any errors, please pass on the details through the ' Links' page and then the "Contact BRS" link or pass the information to a BRS Committee Member. Les provided a show with real variety and started off on his “home patch” Edale with a Class 40, (or Tat as I knew them), and at the same location a DMU in the snow. with Les revealing that he’d visited 54 countries during his lifetime.