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After seeing some superb pictures of this on Flickr. I thought I'd reprocess my version of the K1 62005 appropriately name "Lord of the Isles" ascending of Beasdale Bank, during the 2014 Scottish Charters.

2005 passes the depot with the SRPS Santa Special on 13/12/1987

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Cap Dramont - L'Ile d'Or au petit matin

62005 with the morning Jacobite on 11/5/2021

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Good to hear the Jacobite is running again this week from 26/4/21. A reminder from 5/6/2013 as 62005 works to Mallaig,before railings were installed along the wall here

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62005 with the Jacobite on 18/9/2020

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62005 with the Jacobite on 11/5/2021

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Pour une fois, je publie les deux versions car entre les deux, mon cœur balance !

 

62005 glints on the late evening light on Fort William depot on 24/10/2012.

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Taken from the well-known mound during the West Highland Steam Bash on 10/10/2004

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62005 running as classmate 62012 during the West Highland Steam Bash on the Mallaig line on 9/10/2004

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The Peppercorn K1s proved to be useful and versatile engines. They worked extensively over ex-LNER territory but were chiefly associated with North East England and, following in the footsteps of their predecessors the K4s, the West Highland Line. Like so many post-nationalisation classes the K1s had lamentably brief lives. All were withdrawn between 1962 and 1967, but the last to be retired managed to escape the cutter's torch, No. 62005 "Lord of the Isles".

 

Seen here near Woodthorpe in early January.

 

Carouge à épaulettes femelle - Red-winged blackbird female

Parc Angrignon - Montréal

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