Helga runs alongside the fence.  HFF!

Nene Valley Railway


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'Swiftsure' crossing the River Nene

You can see Steve Drury in the picture too!

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A cold morning!!!

78018 is a BR Standard Class 2MT 2-6-0 locomotive, built in 1953 at Darlington North Road Works at a cost of £14,809. It was one of a class of 65, and entered traffic on 3rd March,1954, at West Auckland Shed (County Durham). It is normally resident on the Great Central Railway

Locomotive 78018 crossing river Nene

78018 is a BR Standard Class 2MT 2-6-0 locomotive, built in 1953 at Darlington North Road Works at a cost of £14,809. It was one of a class of 65, and entered traffic on 3rd March,1954, at West Auckland Shed (County Durham). It is normally resident on the Great Central Railway

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Two Fences!

Happy Fence Friday!!

Ballymoss, #55 018


The Spirit of Tom Kendell, # 60 007...

On Wednesday 07 September 2011, a DB Schenker Rail Class 60 locomotive was named The Spirit of Tom Kendell during a private ceremony at Knottingley depot. The naming was held in remembrance of Tom Kendell, a young and enthusiast engineer at the company who lost his life in an accident. The name was unveiled in front of friends and family members of Tom after short speeches by John Langton, Head of Risk Management for DB Schenker Rail, and Tom’s mother, Andrea Kendell. The name was unveiled by Tom’s father, Mark Kendell. The locomotive has also had the logo of DB Schenker Rail’s safety campaign for employees, called Switch on to Safety, applied to it. See also www.ipernity.com/doc/2247998/44603556

The Spirit of Tom Kendell, # 60 007

On Wednesday 07 September 2011, a DB Schenker Rail Class 60 locomotive was named The Spirit of Tom Kendell during a private ceremony at Knottingley depot. The naming was held in remembrance of Tom Kendell, a young and enthusiast engineer at the company who lost his life in an accident. The name was unveiled in front of friends and family members of Tom after short speeches by John Langton, Head of Risk Management for DB Schenker Rail, and Tom’s mother, Andrea Kendell. The name was unveiled by Tom’s father, Mark Kendell. The locomotive has also had the logo of DB Schenker Rail’s safety campaign for employees, called Switch on to Safety, applied to it.

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Morayshire

Nene Valley Railway
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