Miscellaneous 2004 Page 4
es at Kingscote with the first train of the day on the 11th July, as seen from the Wickham trolley waiting for the signal to depart for Horsted Keynes.
Later that day, No.21C123 heads an afternoon train for Kingscote away from Horsted Keynes.
Blackmoor Vale darkens the sky as it
rumbles over the River Ouse and away from Sheffield Park on Sunday 18th July.
No.65 simmers at the head of a special working comprising the GNR Director's Saloon, seen at Kingscote on Monday 19th July.
On a sweltering day in the height of summer, No.80151 heads downhill towards S
heffield Park. 8th August 2004.
On Sunday 22nd August, consecutive trains are seen at Station Approach Road Bridge, just south of Horsted Keynes. No.73082 was at the head of the 4pm from Sheffield Park, while Blackmoor Vale was on the 4.47pm.
The unlikely combination of the two Bulleid Society locos, Nos.96 and 21C123 are seen double-heading south from Horsted Keynes on the 29th August. Normandy had been shunting for the PW department, and was attached to the train to save a light-engine movement.
Two shots of the Duked
og in action on Wednesday the 1st September, firstly on Freshfield Bank, and then at Vaux End.
No.73082 rolls into Horsted Keynes with the 11am from Sheffield Park, Sunday 5th September 2004.
No.96 simmers with a works train on the newly laid rails of the Ardingly spur, 19th September 20
No.672 on FPDW duties at Horsted Keynes, 26th September 2004.
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