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  1. From the album: Amblethorpe

    Northern 150 at the new platform ends at Barnmouth station.
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  3. From the album: Worsley Dale

    A photo showing the progress of my mountain backdrop behind Shieling Bridge station. Created using polystyrene pieces overlaid with tissue paper soaked in diluted PVA glue. The tissue is then extended along the backscene.
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  4. From the album: Worsley Dale Locomotives

    Hornby R2963 Class 31439 'North Yorkshire Moors Railway' in Regional Railways livery is photographed on top of Low Shott viaduct.
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  5. From the album: Weathering Bachmann 16t Mineral Wagons

    This shows one of my Bachmann 16t mineral wagons undergoing weathering. Weathering has been carried out using enamel paints thinned with white spirit and applied by brush. The textured rust effect is achieved by using small pieces of sponge on the tacky enamel paint. The rust in the centre of the panels is also enamel paint where a blob of paint is applied to the wagon side and then a small drop of white spirit is used to make it run downwards.
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  6. From the album: Steam Around Pontefract

    After the passage of the Cardiff and Bournemouth passenger trains this atmospheric shot showed the heavy goods train referred to in the previous caption getting underway and having just passed over Grovetown bridge. Long icicles can be see in the right foreground hanging from the tender frames of the locomotive. The design of the locomotive (LNER Class B16/1) goes back to North eastern railway days in 1919 although this particular engine, No. 61443, was built in 1923 and only had two more years of working life left after this 1959 photograph was taken. Peter Cookson
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