Monthly Archives: December 2009

A snowy postscript

Well, I know I’d signed off with Christmas greetings, but the snow and hard frost have persisted and remained for our shunting operations this last week, so here are a few images from Tuesday to get us in the festive … Continue reading

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Ho ho ho

This weekend was the last of the Santa Special events at Locomotion and to add to the festive feel, the temperatures dropped and the snow stayed – indeed, more fell on Saturday night. It got so cold on Saturday that … Continue reading

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Let it snow…

Wandering around the NRM this week, I noticed that in the Triangle part of the Great Hall was one of our most unsung exhibits and also one of our hardest working on the York site. Class 02 diesel shunter D2860 … Continue reading

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A Shepherd, a Centenary and a Scots interlude…

This week was the week my cover got blown and a picture appeared of me in Steam Railway magazine, so I am now going to shave my head and grow a beard… It’s been another busy week of meetings in … Continue reading

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First week survived!

After the wet weekend, I began this week in my new position and have had a REALLY busy time, which has been great, and very challenging already! On Wednesday, I had a York day and popping into town over the … Continue reading

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