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....... if a castle built in the georgianic style is close to Banff, Scotland. The house was ordered by William Duff, lord Braco, and was established under the direction of William Adam. The foundation-stone in addition was laid on the 11th June, 1735 and the main building was built in his main features to about 1740. However, the inside removal as well as the completion of the whole ensemble stretched till the 1760s and the original plan remained incomplete. Also in this state Duff House forms the greatest castle new building in the early 18-th century in Scotland
Fall color is ablaze as a southbound loaded grain train led by a YN2 AC4400 stomps over the summit of Duff Mountain Grade in Duff, Tennessee, splitting a set of Louisville & Nashville searchlights at N. E. Kilsyth.
T700-14 assaults Duff Mountain with a trio of AC GE's, making them able to pull this loaded coal train over the grade without a helper.
Loaded grain train G874 with a fresh repaint UP SD70M crests Duff Mountain at Kilsyth.
GBRf Class 47 No.47749 ‘City of Truro’ hauling new Greater Anglia EMU No.320511 with 47727 on the rear at Wistow with 5Q20 12:18 Derby Litchurch Lane - Ilford E.M.U.D. 07-05-2020.
47593 seen at Cockwood leading the 1Z82 1623 Kingswear - Penzance via Exeter St Davids 'Cornish Riviera Express' 26/9/20. (Taken using a pole)
GBRf have the 360 drag contract, dragging them to and from refurbishment for EMR's Corby Electrics programme.
47727 'Edinburgh Castle', with 360121 and 47749 'City of Truro' in the consist, putters through Camden Road after traversing the Primrose Hill chord working 5Q60 11:33 Northampton E.M.D. - Ilford E.M.U.D..
The Georgian The Georgian house was designed by William Adam and built between 1735 and 1740 for William Duff of Braco. It was restored in the 1990s and is now part of the National Galleries of Scotland.
Class 47 no D1755/47773 in the maintenance shed at Tyseley Locomotive Works.
K556 rolls out of the siding at North Kilsyth with the Morley helper on the point assisting.
47828/805 have just come under the road bridge at Brantham en-route from Crewe Gresty Bridge to Stowmarket. I just got soaked after a heavy shower and although the rain ceased the light was a bit dire.
47xxx arrives at Crediton with a ballast from Meldon Quarry in March 1988. The loco has been identified by Andy F as 47624 'Cyclops'!
Given that the loco is named this should be readily identifiable by those that are expert on 47's but as both my recording and knowledge is pretty hopeless I will rely on someone to help on this one.
Q231 rolls through the curves of the grade up Duff Mountain.
Rail Operations Group Class 47 47815 "Lost Boys 86-88" passes Rearsby with an unusual formation of a pair of former LNER CLass 91s 91128 and 91122 and a mixed rake of Mk3 coaching stock, working 5Q45 Leicester LIP to Peterborough Eastfield Junction
5Q81 Crewe Carriage Sidings to Bristol Barton Hill took an unusual route to get through Birmingham running via Soho and New Street. Knowing the consist was 47812 and TfW DVT 82307 was handy and it fitted perfectly into this gap prior to passing beneath St Vincent Street and descending to New Street.
47812 and 47815 Lost Boys 68 - 88 with a, thankfully, late running 5V81 Leicester L.I.P. to Portbury Automotive Terminal move with the usual barrier vehicles and former Class 414 (2-HAP's) Driving Motor Cars 68501 and 68504. Seen passing Washwood Heath Up Sidings with 812's headlights lighting the wet road ahead.
47727 pulls into Northampton on 5Q60 Northampton EMD to Ilford EMUD with 360111 in tow and 47739 on the rear 08/08/20. I believe the 360's are coming up to receive pantograph upgrades I believe, which will allow them to do 110mph before their cascade to EMR.
Small Puffball-like mushrooms dining on a 'duff' of decaying leaves wood covering the forest floor.
Common and abundant during Fall.
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5V47 Kilmarnock-Laira (via York and Derby) is seen passing Colton Jucntion around 50 late with 47848 and 47812 at the helm on 18th June 2016.
Another shot from Horse Cove, Dawlish, this time we see a class 47 heading an Intercity service.
Rewind back to 2002 and the start of the final summer of loco-hauled on Cross Country services. With the Voyager class DMU about to sweep aside the class 47s Virgin Trains 47741 is pictured making a classic 'Duff' departure from Torquay whilst hauling the 16.17 Paignton-Manchester Piccadilly
Date: 1 June 2002
With WCR Class 47s front and rear, ECS move 5Z91 0830 Carnforth Steamtown to Norwich heads south at Winwick. 47802 was at the front and 47851 was at the rear.
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47811 sports a nifty set of "Dennis Healy's" whilst parked up with 47816 and both looking in a sorry state at the back of Basford Hall yard, Crewe. Saturday 27.5.17
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D05 Preservation Ltd’s InterCity Swallow-liveried Class 47, 47828 is the Tail-end Charlie locomotive for the return leg of the Cleethorpes-Liverpool-Cleethorpes "The Liverpool Pullman" railtour (1Z87) as it heads through Acton Bridge.
The 47 is currently on long-term lease to West Coast Railways for use on mainline charters.