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The main interest of the tour, 50033 Glorious & D400 can be seen idling away (with characteristic blue smoke from Glorious) on the rear of the train.Unfortunately severely backlit, but an interesting picture that not only shows 37213 heading an impressively long 6A01 East Usk Junction to West Drayton domestic coal train past the entrance to Didcot Power Station at Foxhall Junction on , but also shows the tail end of the 6V99 Hamworthy to Cardiff Tidal steel train hauled by 37040 disappearing into the distance.I don't often bother to photograph light engines, but made an exception here to show off the lead locomotive's unusual livery.37203 & 37255 head east at Severn Tunnel Junction on 5 June 1989.37203 is carrying a sort of 'halfway house' large logo livery, with the aforementioned large logo and numbers, but without the wrap around yellow front end, black bonnet tops and grey roof normally associated with that livery.Note the 'classic' British Rail Leyland lorry employed in rebuilding work on the site of the former Severn Tunnel depot.37203 pulls slowly out of Didcot Yard, and passes Didcot North Junction on 22 April 2002 with the 6M28 Didcot to Bescot departmental working.The Southern Railway Art Deco concrete architecture is unmistakable, as 37203 passes through Chessington North station with the Pathfinder Tours 1Z91 'Buffer Puffer - The Return!' railtour on 20 March 2004, returning from Chessington South.
After visiting Pontycymer on 4 April 1992, 37212 has the easy task of taking the Pathfinder Tours 1Z16 Manchester Piccadilly to Ebbw Vale 'Hoovering Druid' railtour back down the valley, while 50033 & D400 take a rest at the rear.
It is clear from the colour of the track that this is the first train to venture this way for some time!
37138 is on the rear of the train.37201 Saint Margaret & 47805 take the Margate line, as they leave Faversham station on 12 August 1995 with the 1O99 Birmingham to Ramsgate Inter City service.
37047 is on the rear of the train working top'n'tail.37203 passes through Thames Ditton station with the Pathfinder Tours 1Z91 'Buffer Puffer - The Return!
' railtour on 20 March 2004, returning from Hampton Court. The tour, which started from Marylebone, toured various branch lines in the London suburbs.