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On this theme we were urged to take photographs of today’s railways because what we take for granted today will soon be history. First he gave us a quick resume of his company: it has 80,000 images to view and an update takes place on the 15 of every month.The show was divided into eight pasrts with the first being dedicated to South Wales.
Les’s verdict was that it was in the best “camel s- - - & sand livery.” A visit to Bradford Forster Square with his wife Carol led to him musing on how take an interesting photograph. ” A standard class 75 seen in 1968 was framed by the doors of Skipton shed – by then the shed had closed and the tracks to it had been removed. October - Paul Chancellor, "A fifth Colour-Railway journey" Once again it was a great pleasure to welcome Paul Chancellor from Colour-Rail for his annual visit.
A trip back in the time machine to Les’s student days in around Southampton we saw 30862 ‘Lord Collingwood’ leaving the docks.
Back to the edge of the Peak District saw us at Gowhole in snowy February 1968 with three locos on view – two 8Fs and a Black 5.
Still with snow as the theme we ended the first half with two 8Fs at Buxton Shed. Then, sadly, we saw a Black 5 towing a 2-6-0 for scrap at Dillicar.
The second half also featured an 8F, on this occasion travelling over the bridge at Heaton Mersey, a scene totally obliterated today. On to 1962 where we looked at 34061 ‘73 Squadron’ with part of its cladding missing after appearing to have been on fire.