SVR Bewdley On the Buses 1 Sep. 2019 Pt. 2

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TimBrown
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SVR Bewdley On the Buses 1 Sep. 2019 Pt. 2

Post by TimBrown » 18:42 Sunday 1st September 2019

More pictures taken at The Severn Valley Railway today;
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Plus a few shots of railway locomotives and a DMU;
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MattW
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Re: SVR Bewdley On the Buses 1 Sep. 2019 Pt. 2

Post by MattW » 16:50 Monday 2nd September 2019

I like the 'Teddy Bear' 8-)

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Re: SVR Bewdley On the Buses 1 Sep. 2019 Pt. 2

Post by TimBrown » 12:05 Tuesday 3rd September 2019

MattW wrote:
16:50 Monday 2nd September 2019
I like the 'Teddy Bear' 8-)
It is quite different to most diesel locomotives, has a unique engine sound and pulls very well with Voith hydraulic transmission. The photo of GWR large prairie tank 4144 shows it struggling to move a 9 coach train away from Bridgnorth; at one point it slipped to a stop, but recovered with much steam from the cylinder cocks and uncharacteristic black smoke and crept very slowly up the gradient out of the station in a southerly direction.

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Re: SVR Bewdley On the Buses 1 Sep. 2019 Pt. 2

Post by MattW » 17:41 Tuesday 3rd September 2019

Was sorry to miss this event, hopefully it'll be even better next year with the move to Kidderminster.

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