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    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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    OO Gauge, BR Blue TOPS into early sectorisation period, Blue Pullman and Woodhead Electrics. Peak District railways.

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  1. Apologies if this been covered before but I couldn’t find anything - what time period is the Blue 87 035 suitable for? I am guessing late 70s/early 80s?
  2. Hi Rick, I believe in later years the York - Aberystwyth working was sometimes even a Deltic which changed to an electric at Stockport. Not sure what would take it forward from Crewe? Jim
  3. When did the Liverpool Pullman stop running?
  4. When did steam cease working at CPC UK in Trafford Park?
  5. Wasn’t it official referred to as ‘Revised Blue’?
  6. How long did the Executive Dark Grey Large Logo last on 87 006 and when was it repainted - presumably into InterCity Executive livery? Cheer, Jim
  7. Hi Nigel, I thought there were two shafts in the new tunnel - a new one and another connected to one of the existing shafts of the old tunnel? Jim
  8. Hence why I’m asking Andy. What are the risks?
  9. Sounds great! Could it run ok on an H&M Clipper?
  10. I know what you mean Calum. To my eyes Red Stripe just doesn’t look right on locos without an obvious sole bar like 37s, 47s or for that matter 56s. I think it does looks ok on 31s however where there is a distinctive panel. Jim
  11. Thanks - that’s great. Also Cl37 hauled Haverton Hill to Glazebrook tanks as has been mentioned previously. Jim
  12. Great thanks - any further info about any traffic on the line would be much appreciated. Sadly never saw anything run on it back in the day. Cheers, Jim
  13. Hi w124bob, I was wondering what wagons the special flow from Pedigree at Melton Mowbray to Trafford Park you mentioned was and what hauled it and was this via the Fallowfield line? Cheers, Jim
  14. Thanks Charlie, good job I’m modelling 1988 to ‘89! Jim
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