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Postby Tresagreen » 19 Oct 2019, 09:43

Saturday 19th October

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Re: Today's visitor

Postby Hornchurch » 19 Oct 2019, 10:54

Tresagreen wrote:Saturday 19th October
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Oh Wow !!!!!!!!!

Oh you lucky mare Tres' :lol: I'm assuming THAT beauty is ONLY appearing over YOUR neck of the woods, not ours, eh ?

I'd almost give my right nut, to see & photograph THAT engine, as till now, I've only ever seen the (Bachamann?) OO-Gauge version

Beautiful engine, in a beautiful livery.

In fact, when I read your post, the photo's WERE NOT appearing as pictures, just a link to click - (was that intentional ?)

As a result, I expected to see pictures of Robins or Blue-Tits, etc, not that mighty metallic beast !!!!!!!!

Lovely pix BTW

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Re: Today's visitor

Postby Hornchurch » 19 Oct 2019, 11:00

Tresagreen wrote:Saturday 19th October
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Having just posted, I went to go have a look for myself, over on the 'net

Found this...

"A popular steam locomotive will pass through the north of the county next month.

The iconic No 46233 Duchess of Sutherland is hauling a train between London and York on October 19, passing through Wellingborough and stopping at Kettering before going on to Corby and over the famous Harringworth viaduct.

The train is expected to take on water at Kettering and leave at about 9.30am before reaching Corby by 9.40am, Gretton by 9.45am and passing over the viaduct by 9.47am. Times are subject to change".

https://www.northantstelegraph.co.uk/news/people/historic-steam-train-to-pass-through-wellingborough-kettering-and-corby-1-9078714

https://www.stamfordmercury.co.uk/news/timetable-announced-for-the-yorkshireman-railtours-trip-over-harringworth-viaduct-9085703/

Lucky, lucky you girl.... 8) 8) (too cool)

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Re: Today's visitor

Postby Tresagreen » 20 Oct 2019, 19:01

The Duchess is scheduled to pass through Cambridge and Ely, on Thursday 19th December, on her way to Chester
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Re: Today's visitor

Postby Hornchurch » 21 Oct 2019, 22:51

Tresagreen wrote:

The Duchess is scheduled to pass through Cambridge and Ely, on Thursday 19th December, on her way to Chester


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Cheers for the 'Heads-Up' Tres' :wink:

Was at Ely for the whole day, only a few weeks back, shame.

Do you know "if" she'll be passing thru Ely any time soon AFTER the festive season has ended, or, even into early next-spring ?

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Postby Tresagreen » 22 Oct 2019, 07:05

Sorry don't have any further information.
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