7812 and 34027 both leave the station
34027 gets the stock away ECS for the carriage shed
Taw Valley stands with the GWR stock
Giants of steam with the Bulleids sandwiching the 9F
925 Cheltenham rubs shoulders with the Bulleids
Styles of Bulleid in contrast as 34007 (disguised as 34019) sits in a grubby state in the yard like 34053 is prepared for service
A busy scene at the south end of the station. 34092 draws off her train, as the 09 idles waiting to attach to the stock and draw it into the siding. Meanwhile, 73082 waits for permission to leave with the goods.
City of Wells arrives with her last service train of the day
34092 heads away
The afternoon sun makes City of Wells gleam
City of Wells waits for the incoming Q to surrender the token
City of Wells running round her train
34092 draws through the station
34092 makes an atmospheric departure from Sheffield Park
34092 oozes power in the morning sunshine
34092 City of Wells heads off into the evening sun
City of Wells gets the special underway
34092 backs onto the evening "Fish and Chip Special"
A Bulleid at Sheffield Park in the evening sun. Magical.
Merchant Navy and West Country (disguised as a Battle of Britain) provide a comparison
Lord Dowding at the front of the train for another double-header
The consecutively numbered (if only temporarily) 34052 and 34053 back onto their train. An issue with 34053 meant that the train had had to be bought from Alresford by the class 33.
34052 (with 34053 hidden in the steam behind) make a noisy departure for Alton
34046 (still in guise as 34052) draws back to the water column
92212 (spare engine) and 34007 sit in the yard
21C123 catches the (little) light shafting through the roof
34046 Braunton (still running as 34052 Lord Dowding) arrives into Southampton
The Bulleid back on her old stomping ground