On certain Bank Holidays and other occasions, the
Bluebell Railway runs "Terrier Specials", using either 'Stepney' or 'Fenchurch',
their two oldest engines, with some of the oldest coaches. These trains
are quite often double-headed. One such occasion is pictured here,
with 55 'Stepney' and the O1 class No. 65 in charge, on Good Friday, 18th
Pictures of Stepney hauling such trains on other occasions can be
65 and Stepney arriving at Horsted Keynes.
The train awaiting departure for Sheffield Park.
Taking on water, having run back light from Horsted Keynes, where
the coaches are left for the night.
Back on shed at the end of a busy day.
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