592 prepares to head back to Sheffield Park. On arrival, the locomotive was found to have developed a fault and was taken out of service, effectively ending her current period of running.
592 waits to take the three pre-grouping coaches back north after acting as tail-end Charlie for the service from East Grinstead
592, acting as shunt release for the GNR saloon to allow the lengthy Scotsman train to fit into the platform
592 prepares to take another van load of punters down the headshunt
The C class, now restricted to lighter duties nearing the end of her ticket
592 with a brake van shuttle
The C class sits in the sun awaiting departure
The Chatham duo return from East Grinstead
Matching liveries for the two SE&CR engines
The C class steam-heats the Victorian set prior to working the second train of the day out of Sheffield Park
The C and the Schools sat in the yard at Sheffield Park
592 on the way to Kingscote
In full regalia the C class gets to grips with the train
592 exits the tunnel with the luncheon Golden Arrow
592 slows on the approach to New Road Bridge
Even in grim conditions the C class sparkles
592 approaches with the afternoon tea special
592 is ignored by the cows as she approaches with the up Wealden Rambler
592 hitches a lift with the U to return to Sheffield Park
592 returns the goods train to Horsted Keynes
The goods, with wagons of differing vintages, behind the C class.
592 in murky conditions gets on with the job it was built for, a country goods train.
The C Class with the Golden Arrow
592 departs for Kingscote
I assume they were on strict rations and for officers only...
592 with the Golden Arrow
C class 592 drifts south
The C runs north with the Mets in tow
The Terrier leads the ensemble, featuring all three pre-Southern Railway companies with LSWR coach no. 1520 immediately next to the C, on the southbound run