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Steam train repair yard.
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    Default Steam train repair yard.

    A day out smootchin and what's this place i pass many times and never seen until today !!!!!, a repair shop for steam trains....... nice place but I can not give any history on this place or about trains (not my subject sorry), never the less they were very helpful so on with the pics...






























    hope you liked, ill try and go again some time and get some worthy history about each chooo chooooooo all i know is some are from poland (rescued) and one in re build stage from america also some were used in ww2.....
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    is that tourists/passengers taking photos out of the window of you?
    Just cos I lick electrical outlets it doesnt mean I'm stupid.......................I just like the tingle!

    forgive us our trespasses

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    Nice


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    Default Re: Steam train repair yard.

    Maybe I missed the location name.. but no need to be quiet about it as it looks like a permission visit to a heritage railway, I'm guessing it's on shed at Haworth on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway? (at least that's where 90733 is stabled).

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    Cool pics, it's nice to see more places around the country, I loved exploring Carnforth's Steam Town and Tysley's Train Yard, I know bugger all about trains but I can stand and look at them for hours! I still wonder why I ever sold my Hornby train set


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    Default Re: Steam train repair yard.

    Quote Originally Posted by SaltGeorge View Post
    Maybe I missed the location name.. but no need to be quiet about it as it looks like a permission visit to a heritage railway, I'm guessing it's on shed at Haworth on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway? (at least that's where 90733 is stabled).

    Nice pics.
    yes thats the 1 m8, i just could not remember the name of the area.....saweeeeee.....
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    Nice pics!

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    Default Re: Steam train repair yard.

    I used to work in a place like this!!!

    Looks to me like a workshop for a heritage railway...

    I used to clean up locos, paint them, dismantle bits, clear out a few fireboxes (not for the claustrophobic!) and help shunt around the yard...

    And now I'm a bloody bus driver... hehe

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    The age of steam..... Magic
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    Default Re: Steam train repair yard.

    Quote Originally Posted by SilentHill View Post
    The age of steam..... Magic
    Ya can't beat it, good work Caveman.
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