Added 23rd Mar '15.. Click here!
After the success of the charter 3 years earlier (A Green Past the Greens), once again this golfer's charter special has been arranged, this time following the local lady golfers at the Ladies' British Open Championship, held at Royal Birkdale. Although again requested this time the green Class 40 D200 used before is not available, but a pair of newly refurbished Highland Class 37s will fill the gap very nicely thank you.
Starting as you are just entering Dundee, make your stop before proceeding to the end of this section. Go as soon as you have a signal, one further stop is to be made at Leuchars before then running through to Dalmeny, where an Eastfield driver will be waiting. Part 3 will take you through onto the Edinburgh Glasgow route, where a surprise choice of pathing awaits! Maximum speed 80mph for this working. Total time around 90 minutes.
From Paul Gentleman:- "Following recommendation by the Railway Heritage Designation Advisory
Board, the Board of Trustees’ of the Science Museum have designated the
locomotive 91 111, its nameplates and the vinyl wrap. As far as we can
see, this is the first time a livery has been designated and ensures its
presence on the rail network for many years to come. Once its working
life comes to an end, it will then become part of the National
Collection and hopefully displayed at the National Rail Museum, York" (22nd Mar '15)
…in celebration of the Forth Bridge 125th Anniversary.
2015 is the 125th Anniversary of the Forth Bridge – now regarded as Scotland’s most famous landmark and nominated for World Heritage status.
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