Burton mail dating
If you can help to improve the lists or if you spot any errors, please pass on the details through the ' Links' page and then the "Contact BRS" link or pass the information to a BRS Committee Member. Les provided a show with real variety and started off on his “home patch” Edale with a Class 40, (or Tat as I knew them), and at the same location a DMU in the snow. with Les revealing that he’d visited 54 countries during his lifetime.
After brief foray on the West Coast Line in 1964 with steam this was followed by preserved steam in the U. An industrial interlude dated back to 1972 with the last steam loco built by Hunslet for Java being the subject.
46157 ‘The Royal Artilleryman’ had the locals at Lancaster touching the tender.
Finally two Scots, one being 46160 again were the subject of rapt attention.
Still with snow as the theme we ended the first half with two 8Fs at Buxton Shed. Then, sadly, we saw a Black 5 towing a 2-6-0 for scrap at Dillicar.
There was a nice shot of 70020 ‘Mercury’ at Canton, an unusual visitor to Cardiff General in the shape of 46169 ‘The Boy Scout’, locos in store at the East Dock Shed plus and diesel selection. A Scot, 46155 ‘The Lancer’, was in extremely clean condition, possibly on an enthusiasts’ special. CARLISLE: The year was 191 ‘Queen Elizabeth’ was ready to hand over to another member of the class.Below is a list of all the recorded BRS meeting reports by date going back to 1985.