CREWE - CHESTER - BANGOR - HOLYHEAD
FEBRUARY 2014 - PAGE TWO
The Rail Motor quickly returned en route for Cheddleton.
Next in was the N7 tank, 69621 leading S160 6064 with DMU and a variety of stock in tow.
The return service had the S160 leading and, whilst not as volcanic as "Wadebridge", it was impressive nonetheless.
6046 and 69621 (working hard in the background) pass under a remaining pipe bridge and along the detritus-strewn section of line through the former factory.
A lonely "caution".
Froghall station from the bridge.
Number 93 pauses at Froghall.
The pacific returned to Froghall again and began its run-round.
Through the oblong window!
The interior of the coach in which I rode was clean and bright and most impressive.
Riding behind the Bullied as it progresses towards Leekbrook.
Entering Leekbrook station while the up train waits in the loop to gain the road for Cheddleton and Froghall.
The almost completed platform at Leekbrook.
Leekbrook signal box, currently under restoration.