ECML Snowy photo's.

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StevieG
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Re: ECML Snowy photo's.

Post by StevieG » Tue Dec 21, 2010 10:16 pm

Much appreciated Mick. Many thanks.
Great memory prompters, including the then mundane (DMUs).
(And the recording of the exact dates puts my practices to shame)

Well done.
BZOH

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Re: ECML Snowy photo's.

Post by strang steel » Wed Dec 22, 2010 1:45 pm

Some excellent shots there. Those Metro Cammell units look almost smart in their blue stripe livery, certainly when compared to the drab blue Cravens.

The first Deltic photo is superb.
John. My spotting log website is now at https://spottinglogs.co.uk/spotting-rec ... s-70s-80s/

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Re: ECML Snowy photo's.

Post by MickB » Wed Dec 22, 2010 9:27 pm

strang steel wrote:Some excellent shots there. Those Metro Cammell units look almost smart in their blue stripe livery, certainly when compared to the drab blue Cravens.

The first Deltic photo is superb.
Thank you John. Hard to believe that this photo was taken over 29 years ago now. Even harder to believe was the 'jaminess' involved the picture because the train was 10 minutes late when it passed me. Had it been on time, the train would have been travelling through a heavy snowfall, which ended just a few minutes prior to the train arriving.

Merry Christmas

MickB.

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