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    North Scotland and Cumbrian coast speedlink, EWS wagonload, On track plant, Industrial railways, late '60s WCML, etc.

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  1. Yep https://www.Bachmann.co.uk/product/class-410-4-bep-4-car-emu-7010-br-blue-and-grey/31-491 Although it's only (!) 425 here https://www.kernowmodelrailcentre.com/p/56745/31-490-Bachmann-4-BEP-4-Car-EMU-Set-number-7005-BR-Green
  2. Looks like test runs have now begun. https://www.railscot.co.uk/img/77/92/ (Flickr link - not mine)
  3. (Flickr link) Here's one of the hoppers in that pack - although faded the cradle looks pretty orange to me.
  4. Does anyone have information about the tank wagon third in this Leith-Millerhill train in the following image? https://www.railscot.co.uk/img/36/703/ Apart from the black star at the bottom right corner, the appears to be a small logo (possibly ICI) on the left hand side, but no other branding. Thanks
  5. (Flickr link-click for info) Some still in use here in late 2009. (Flickr link) And here in 2010 working from Hope earles sidings.
  6. Cavalex are doing that livery in their first run, hence why accurascale are holding off?
  7. The distillers tta was shelved unfortunately.
  8. 2/6/21 73971 leaving Glenury Viaduct working an Edinburgh-Aberdeen clayhills run. Not sure of the purpose of this working as it arrives in Edinburgh from Aberdeen in the morning and sits for a couple of hours before returning north. 66755 that was on this run last week due to a lack of available 73s would have made a nicer shot here I think.
  9. Rare to see the dangerous when wet and spontaneously combustible hazchem diamonds on a wagon too.
  10. The photo of the ATO tank in the siding adjacent to the goods shed must have been taken before 2007, when the yard at Guild street finally closed. Looking at the state of it, it probably was awaiting scrapping, possibly being moved to a siding where road access was easier.
  11. Excellent news guys. Certainly up for some of them. I'm surprised that these (and other chemical tanks) haven't been picked off before tbh. (Flickr link)
  12. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-57187472 Doubt it, although the name may have more issues than just with GBRailfreight.
  13. Looks similar (or the same) as the one modelled by Hywel Thomas here: http://www.emgauge70s.co.uk/model_omwb96.html
  14. Some urban explorers don't show the journey to the location or the outside of the building to prevent people from identifying the locations and causing damage.
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