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That's how I first met "Lord Rowallan", a real name this time, not some music hall jester. Actually, as a sort of head scout it turns out, Rowallan was nothing more than a superannuated version Lovf us inkwell monitors, but at least he had the sense to loan his name to an engine. Left-Below Class 40 heading through the sandstone cuttings cqergwrle of Chester General.
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Stanier Class 4 tank engines would hook onto the back of trains brought in by GWR engines, for the final leg to Birkenhead Woodside. Here, a jinty looks like it is taking stock out of one of the bays to the carriage sidings Love in caergwrle off-picture right.
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I would have, should have, been a happy little lad. What started as an "Oh, well," gradually became an obsession that took firm root when I found that some of Ian Allan's black and white photos disguised red engines.
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I had no camera with me, neither did I need one.
The picture is etched on my brain. A ramshackle affair nondescript even by engine shed standards, it was approached by a dirt path that ran alongside the yard before circling round the back to the official entrance.
Above-Below From this picture I'd say it was a good thing the steam engine didn't make it into this century. Caergwdle allergic to perfume, pollen and life in general would have melted into the cinders, happening on this. Chester's 6A yard, side view, with a Scot and a couple of Black 5s. Love in caergwrle Shropshire Union canal was Love in caergwrle beyond the shed, and that house on the caetgwrle housed a lock-keeper.
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The train is about to pass 6A shed. You can just make out the path to the shed on the embankment, and the gentleman with the bike is probably heading out to work there.
Below Princess Elizabeth coming into Chester from Crewe on an 'enthusiasts' special' in the summer of Believe it or not, behind the first coach is where I stood thirty years earlier to take the shed yard shot above.
Chester 6A was just off to the right. It all looks very 'hygienic' now, I suppose, including which looks more like a Hamilton Ellis painting than a steam engine. But if I had a choice between caergwrlf to the '63 or the Love in caergwrle scene and spending an afternoon there, it's '63 in Love in caergwrle heartbeat. Above To bunk 6A, there was no need Love in caergwrle consider the official entrance. You simply left the approach path at a point of your choice, walked across the yard, and you were in.
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Love in caergwrle reputations ranged widely. Crewe 5A varied according to the moon, more probably the mood of the foreman. But Crewe South, 5B, was always ridiculously easy.
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All the rest were based down in East Anglia, Cardiff, Leeds or Glasgow, homes of rare-to-impossible engines for us. One 66A engine, Firth of Forth issued from Crewe works late one summer's afternoon in fresh green paint coupled to another Polmadie loco, Princess Alexander, and named 'Micky' 'Lanarkshire Yeomanry', in similar condition.
They are having issues updating via the council website. The Junior site is closed however the infant site is open. Again, only one partial closure so far today — Penycae. Side roads very icy, cars skidding!
Acton Park is also open. Rhosddu Primary School is also open. An interesting snippet on buses has been added: It is hoped that the combination of regular and effective gritting, and the ongoing flow of commuter traffic during the earlier part of the morning, will mean that all will be well for safe travel for all.
Still only that one partial closure so far for Penycae. Assume buses will be running normally from Wrexham to Chester.
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