D49 Morayshire video on BBC News

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D49 Morayshire video on BBC News

Post by richard » Thu Oct 20, 2005 10:22 pm

The link probably won't be live for very long, but there's a video about Morayshire's return to steam up on the BBC News website:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/default.stm#

Look in the column to the right.

Sorry, can't find a direct link to the video, so I've had to link to the main Scotland page.


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Post by JonathonAG » Sun Oct 23, 2005 8:42 pm

Yip, it was good to see the B&KR and Morayshire got some publicity.

Richard, i have many photos of Morayshire from yesterday, have a look at my fotopic site : www.jonathonag.fotopic.net and tell me if there are any photos of Morayshire ( or any other LNER loco ) you would like to have photos on your site for and i'll get them sent to you.
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Post by richard » Sun Oct 23, 2005 9:22 pm

Thanks Jonathon. Good to see it in steam again!

The Clauds and D49s are next on my list after the 0-6-0Ts, but I can add pictures to other classes before that.

Yes a good picture of Morayshire would be appreciated. Also I see you have some pictures of J36 'Maude'. I have a picture on my J36 page, but it is of unknown copyright, so I should replace it with something better...


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