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 A4 60009 Union of South Afica  at Peterborough

 

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22th May 2014  and 25th October 2014
 
 
 A4 4-6-2 no.60009 Union of South Afica
 
A4 4-6-2 no.60009 Union of South Afica coming slowly into platform 4 at Peterborough on Thursday the 22th of May 2014 with on a Cathedrals Express heading for York.
 
Note the new section of platform added to platform 4 and 5 were I am standing.
 
K4 61994 and A4 Union of South Africa
 
K4 61994 and A4 Union of South Africa  heading into platforn 7 with a steam movment on the 2nd of July 2014
 
The Jublee Requem.
 
A4 4-6-2 no.60009 Union of South Afica
 
A4 4-6-2 no.60009 Union of South Afica  coming under Crecent Bridge and into platform 4 at Peterborough on the 25th of October 2014 with The Jublee Requem.
 
 A4 4-6-2 no.60009 Union of South Afica
 
A4 4-6-2 no.60009 Union of South Afica is leaving platform 4 at Peterborough on the 25th of October 2014 with The Jublee Requem, after picking up any passengers who had got on at Peterborough . This train was going to Newcastle.
 
This A4 steam locomotive, Union of South Afica on the 9 September 2015 hauled the train carrying H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to officially re-open the new relaid Borders Railway between Edinburgh Waverley station and Tweedbank.
 
 
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