Another full week of nights has rolled around. The bonus now is the pale blue skies to accompany either end as we fast approach the joy of light mornings and evenings. A selection of shots from the week, including the up working of 802025 Captain Sir Moore during its Captain Tom 100, 100 stations in 40 hours challenge. The return is seen at St Austell working the 12.15 Penzance to Paddington.
24th: A picture of the whole frame at Lostwithiel box.
25th: Liskeard by night: the last train having passed, the signals at danger ready for the engineers to move in.
26th: Following the night shift, the Monday down sleepers passes Liskeard after sunrise. The down "Midnight" rolls over the viaduct into Liskeard with two 57s working top and tail. 57603 and 57605.
30th: A night study from the box window of 57605 pausing in the up platform with the Up "midnight".
30th: 802025 Sir Captain Tom Moore brings up the rear of 1A88 12.15 Penzance to Paddington with 802033 at St Austell. The train taking part in the 100 stations in 40 hours GWR challenge.
Cheer for now, Craig
More nocturnal goings on!
Seen below at Falmouth Docks.
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Thank you for posting the Molinnis Crossing photograph....the website just goes from strength to strength....best wishes Andrew
Presumably if you have them you'd take the lot!