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A1 60163 Tornado
 4-6-2 no.34067 Tangmere   6233 at Duchess of Sutherland
46115 Scots Guardsman  70013 Oliver Cromwell
LNER A1 2-6-4 60163 Tornado
A1 60163 Tornado just about to leave Platform 4 at Peterborough on 26th November 2009
The Cathedrals Express was from London Kings Cross to York and return on Thursday 26th and Friday 27th of November 2009. On the Friday it was also to run to York to the same timimgs
This LNER Peppercorn Class A1 no.60163 Tornado is a new build locomotive built by the A1 Steam Locomotive Trust. All of the 49 Peppercorn locomotives were scrapped before any could be saved.The A1 Steam Locomotive Trust members decided to make it the 50th A1. It was built as new build with all the paper work now required to meet the modern safety and certification standards that all new trains that run on the main line network require today.
 4-6-2 no.34067 Tangmere
 SR 4-6-2 no.34067 Tangmere
 4-6-2 no.34067 Tangmere on the down fast on the 27th of June 2009
This CATHEDRALS EXPRESS was from London Kings Cross to Lincoln by way of Spalding returning by Newark  and the ECML to London Kings Cross.
6233 at Duchess of Sutherland at Peterborough in 2010
6233 at Duchess of Sutherland Peterborough in Westwood Yard on 17th May 2010
Duchess of Sutherland Peterborough in Westwood Yard on 17th May 2010
Duchess of Sutherland is a Coronation Class 4-6-2 number 46233 which had been repainted in LMS unlined black in 2010. It was on the return leg of The Coronation, which was on Monday the 17th of May in 2010.
The train had started from Edinburgh with LNER A4 Class 4-6-2 number 60009 Union of South Africa taking the train to York. At York Duchess of Sutherland took over this train and was to take it on to Kings Cross after taking on water at Peterborough in Westwood Yard
Two water pipes can just be seen going into the tender (under the M of LMS) from the fire engine tanker that was supplying the water. With the live overhead wire above the tender the fireman cannot go on to the tender top like they used to. So water is pumped in from the side of the tender on main line trips under the wires.
46115 Scots Guardsman 26th June 2010
Scots Guardsman on the up though line at Peterborough station on the 26th June 2010
Scots Guardsman number 46115 on the up fast line at Peterborough station on Staurday 26th of June 2010 with the White Rose from York to London Kings Cross.
There is a platform(3) on this up fast line here today in 2018.
Scots Guardsman is a 4-6-0 steam locomotive of the LMS Royal Scot class and is numbered 6115. It was built for the London Midland and Scottish Railway by the North British Locomotive Company in Glasgow in 1927 .
70013 Oliver Cromwell on the 13rd of March 2010
Oliver Cromwell on the 13rthof March 2010
4-6-2 Oliver Cromwell on the 13th of March 2010 coming into platform 5
British Railways standard class Britannia 7MT 4-6-2 no 70013 Oliver Cromwell was on THE LINCOLNSHIRE COAST EXPRESS  from London Liverpool St to Ely then Peterborough to Newark then Lincoln and on to Cleethorpes then New Holland to Barnetby to Worksop.

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