NOTES AND NEWS

WEST COUNTRY AREA

Avonmouth

01/05 66147 handled a morning Avonmouth-Newport HTA cripple trip consisting of three wagons, passing Patchway at 10.26 

07/05 The Avonmouth (Bennett's)-Ketton coal ran on both Tuesday and Friday this week, 66159 being the loco used today. 

09/05 New signalling was commissioned from this date between Charlton tunnel and Shirehampton. This was put in place for the diversions due to the Filton junction blockade during June, all being fitted with the new TPWS equipment for passenger workings. The junction at Hallen Marsh is once again through signalled, for the first time since January 1988 when all the remaining semaphore signals and signal boxes were removed and the Henbury freight line from Parkway and the Severn Beach line were worked separately. 

Locos recorded on coal duty during the month included;- 66046/051/088/099/140/159/182/229. 09003 still remained the area pilot. An interesting freight movement via the 6M33 from Massey Wilcox on the Chittening Estate (now called the Century Park!) during the month was four consignments of conductor rail for use on the new East Berlin metro.

Bristol Parkway

01/05 Pathfinder's 'Buxton Rotator' (1Z40 04.17 Yeovil junction-Buxton and 14.00 1Z41 return) was worked by Fragonset 33 103+33 202 with 60 060 assisting in top n'tail mode in the Buxton area. The coaching stock used was;- 21272, 3122, 3112, 3140, 3107, 3098, 1863, 5009, 5040, 5322, 4902, 5309. Original planned traction for this tour was a Class 56 loco. The following day saw the annual Mendip Rail staff outing using the same coaches and locos 59 001+59103 as 1Z59 08.06 Castle Cary-Littlehampton and 1Z95 18.02 return. 

03/05 59202 hauling a Class 66 loco was seen passing Pilning at 11.45 for South Wales. 

06/05 Two freights recorded this evening, these being 66208 with empty mgr for Avonmouth and 66033 working the Tytherington "Stone". In addition the Network Rail HST was seen utilising power cars 43013/062. 

08/05 A 'Very Special Trains' excursion using a Fragonset Class 47/7 loco from Eastleigh-Matlock was cancelled. Pathfinder's last 'Avon Branchline explorer' (1Z40 15.02 Bristol TM-Tytherington and 1Z41 16.40 return) of the day was in trouble on arrival at the quarry where the steam loco 5029 Nunney Castle stalled and required assistance from 66244 which had ran light-engine from Barton Hill depot. The Class 66 pushed the ten-coach train and steam loco into the quarry before hauling it back to Temple Meads, 90 minutes down, the steamer still being attached to the rear. During the evening, 66068 was stabled in the up loop, on a PW train alongside the mail depot. 

10/05 Four freights seen this evening, 66229 with the Tyne Yard "Boxes", 66156 with empty mgr to Avonmouth, 66182 with the MoD Liner and 37689 working the "Fuel Train".(Margam - Fawley). 66001 passed through en-route to South Wales towing 12 Cl423 vehicles, made up as an 8 + 2 + 2 formation. The six driving cars were from sets 3426/27. 3558 and the probable final destination being JT Landscapes at Caerwent. 

11/05 66002 was seen at Yate at 15.55 with empty MEAs bound for Tytherington quarry. 

15/05 For the St.Helens v Wigan Rugby Challenge Cup final a circular 1Z47 09.34 Cardiff-Cardiff (via Chepstow and Gloucester) was operated using 37419 with coaching stock;- 5375, 5373, 17056, 5365 Sarah, 5307, 5334. The return was the 1Z45 17.38 Cardiff-Cardiff, running in the opposite direction with 37419, but this loco failed and 66034 assisted the train running substantially late. The coaching stock used was returned by Royal 67005 as a 1Z33 13.04 Cardiff-Crewe 'relief' the following day being routed via Chepstow and Gloucester. The 1Z47 and 1Z45 were originally planned to be hauled by a Riley Class 37 (either 37 197 or 37 261), once these were not available, 47150 then 47 839 were a possibility! 

16/05 The Severn Tunnel was closed for engineering work up until 15.00 with diversions in place via Gloucester. 

17/05 Four freights to report this evening, 66121 with mgr empties bound for Avonmouth, 66051 & 66094 with loaded MGRs from Avonmouth and the "Fuel Train" headed by 60004. 

20/05 The Network Rail HST was active again this evening using power cars 43014/062. Freight action saw 66033 working the Tytherington "Stone", 66185 with empty mgr for Avonmouth and the MoD Loiner powered by 37174. 

22/05 The first Class 40 in the Bristol area for many years, 40 145 called with Pathfinder's 'Western Whistler II' (1Z40 07.00 Crewe-Plymouth and 1Z41 16.18 return), being routed via Day's curve and Bath on the outward and back via Bridgwater on the return. The trip was originally planned to run from Newport to North Wales but had to be cancelled due to track problems on the Blaenau Festiniog branchline. Other special workings during the day operated for the FA Cup final between Manchester Utd and Millwall included 67005+67016 on 1Z35 09.20 Paddington-Cardiff. 

24/05 A signalling failure in the Parkway area saw delays and cancellations to First/GW Paddington-Swansea services. Six services this evening starting with 66190 with an empty mgr service to Avonmouth, then 66180 with the Tyne Yard "Boxes", an early run from the "Binliner" with 66548. A lull in proceedings then 66179 with a loaded mgr from Avonmouth followed by 60091 with the Margam - Fawley (Fuel Train), finally 37174 working the MoD liner. 27/05 Four workings recorded this evening starting with, 60010 heading the Tytherington "Stone", 66078 with a loaded mgr from Avonmouth - Didcot, 66548 with an early run of the "Binliner" and concluding with 37895 on the MoD liner. 

29/05 Further football specials, for this time the West Ham v Crystal Palace First division play-off final at the Millennium stadium Cardiff were noted with the following locos passing through Pilning between 10.30 and 12.00;- 67 006 (10.50), 67 030 (11.10), 66249 Norwood junction-Cardiff (11.40), 47 818 1Z31 09.32 Ealing Broadway-Cardiff (11.50). The latter was originally booked for 47703, then either 47813 or 47832 but none of these in the end were available!!!!

Bristol Temple Meads, Kingsland Road and Barton Hill

03/05 A two-car 159001 was noted on a Salisbury-Temple Meads and return SWTs driver route- learning trip, 66043 was on the Parc Slip-Westbury cement works coal and 66175 was on the Tower stone. 

06/05 66034 worked the 6V34 (ThO) Fawley-Margam fuel oils via Day's curve and 60 30 was on the Westbury-Tower stone empties. 47805 and 47812 were noted during the afternoon stabled in Kingsland road sidings and steam 3440 City of Truro was noted on Barton Hill having arrived during the day on a road lorry trailer from the GWR at Toddington. Another steam arrival on time just after 17.30 was 5029 Nunney Castle which worked the 1Z29 13.45 Paddington-Temple Meads with coaches;- W35461, 4902, 5040, W5009, 1863, W4927, W21272, W5309, 5275, W5322. The loco and stock were to be used on trips over the following weekend. Also recorded was the yellow Network Rail serco HST set with power cars 43014+43062 pausing at Day's junction between 19.10 and 19.16 en-route to Temple Meads from Derby. The set later headed off towards Bath from the down through line at Temple Meads. 

08/05 Prior to 3440 City of Truro's Pathfinder/Steam Railways 'Ocean Mail 100' anniversary weekend trips, the loco made an 0Z68 07.00 Barton Hill-Barton Hill speedo test-run via Weston-super-Mare. With a successful result the loco headed west on 1Z74 09.55 Bristol TM-Kingswear with the first seven coaches that arrived in Bristol behind 5029 two days earlier. Ian Riley's 37197 returned the train in the evening. 

10/05 Stabled at Kingsland Road at 21.15 were 47805/812. 66548/564. With 37197 working the outward leg west, 3440 completed a 1Z35 15.35 Kingswear-Temple Meads, 100 years (and a day!) when the 'unofficial' 102.3mph was recorded descending Wellington bank. The return missed out a Taunton watering stop leaving 25 minutes early, but the train was held in Yatton loop, the Bristol arrival being to time at 20.35. Seven coaches were all that Network-Rail would allow the loco to haul over Wellington bank and for the actual anniversary day (9th May 2004) and they also were to undertake track work closing the mainline between Tauton and Exeter! Also during the morning, 66100 was in charge of the 6B66 Westbury-Newport ADJ departmental (37419+37689 having been de-allocated from this train!). 

11/05 Two southbound "Stone " trains noted within 30 minutes this evening at 18.30, 66005 then at 19.00, 66005. 

12/05 Bitumen tanks seen heading south at 23.10 behind 66165. Yet another steam visitor in the form of 73096 with the Cathederals Express arriving during the early afternoon on the Mid Hants 'green' set. of coaches. The trip was dedicated by the operator Steam Dreams, as a memorial to the popular Bristol based steam driver Brian Dudley Ward who sadly died earlier this year. Also recorded during the afternoon were;- 67030 on empty 'northern belle' choc/cream MkIIs which had been used on a Lincoln-Bath Spa excursion, 66209 on the Westbury cement works coal and 66049 on a 6W63 Westbury-Probus CWR train passing through Temple Meads at 15.48. 159004 was recorded on a Salisbury-Temple Meads-Westbury-Temple Meads and return driver route learner for SWTs. 

13/05 66194 noted on a southbound stone train at 18.10. First/GW power car 43012 with barrier van 6348 formed a St.Phillips Marsh-Laira stock move during the day. 

14/05 159021 was on SWTs driver route learning duties and 43080+43065 formed an evening 5M98 Laira-Longsight stock move. 

15/05 The mainline west of Taunton was closed at Cullompton, with all services diverted via Westbury, Castle Cary and Yeovil to Exeter. A second Freightliner Class 08, No. 08585 was present on Barton Hill depot (following 08565 earlier in the year) for TPWS fitting and 66548 was present in Kingsland road sidings. 

16/05 The First/GW 1A20 07.36 Taunton-Paddington HST was held at Highbridge during the morning due to a local points failure. Track repair work on the Severn Beach line, saw a 6W28 08.51 Didcot-Clifton Tunnel run along with a second 6W15 09.40 departure. Stock for Virgin driver training runs over the coming weeks was noted passing Twerton at 16.10 as 1Z42 Old Oak Common-Barton Hill depot behind 67007. Part of the six coach formation was recorded as;- 4999, 11073, 10248, 12077 with two other MkIIIs. 

17/05 43067 and 43084 formed a 5V97 Longsight-Laira stock transfer via Westbury. The first of the Virgin Class 67 driver trainers, ready for Summer Saturday operation later in the year ran as 1Z41 08.50 Barton Hill-Plymouth Tavistock yard and 1Z42 13.00 return. Loco 67020 was in use today (also running on 18/05, leaving at 09.40, 19/05, 20/05, 21/05, 25/05, 26/05 and 31/05). 

18/05 Stone train recorded at 18.30, southbound, behind 66115. 

19/05 Ex. works, and carrying new advertising vinyls, Wessex Trains 158855 was recorded near Highbridge at 09.48 with 1Z70 09.27 Bristol TM-Minehead special working for an 'Exmoor Explorer' naming ceremony. Whilst on the WSR the unit made a 13.05 Minehead-Williton and 13.53 return, before returning as 1Z71 14.50 Minehead-Bristol TM. The vinyls depicted cover the Exmoor Park 50th anniversary year, showing wildlife and scenery as well as two prairie tank steam loco pictures for West Somerset Railway publicity. The names are vinyl type, just below roof level mid-way at each end on both sides. 

20/05 60028 was on the 6V34 (ThO) Fawley-Margam fuel tanks. 

22/05 40145 worked 1Z40 07:00 Crewe-Plymouth railtour, returning on 1Z41 16:18 from Plymouth. 

23/05 Buses replaced cross-country services, due to engineering works, between Swindon and Cheltenham, Temple Meads and Parkway. 

24/05 The MoD Liner was diverted from its normal route this afternoon, due to signalling problems between Parkway and Swindon, and seen heading northbound at 17.35 powered by 37174. Later at 18.17, 66152 worked past with a southbound stone train. What was reported as the final 5V97 HST stock move, as the Laira maintenance contract had come to an end, was formed with 43080 and 43065 with XCset 44. 

25/05 Noted southbound, light engine, was 47812 at 11.40. 

26/05 60010 was on the Machen stone, 66166 the Westbury cement works coal, 60072 powered an afternoon Newport ADj-Westbury cwr train and a MendipRail Class 59 was also seen during the early evening between Bath and Bristol heading for Canton light-engine. 159016 was recorded on the 12.03 Waterloo-Temple Meads SWTs service. Other weekday SWT workings into Temple Meads with the new timetable are at 08.09, 14.39, 21.44, with departures to Waterloo at 08.28, 15.28 and 22.15. Saturday departures are at 08.45, 15.28, 22.15, with 14.00 and 21.15 on Sundays. Heading north at 05.20 was 66198 travelling light engine, later at 18.15 66207 worked south with an enterprise service. 

27/05 The Virgin Class 67 driver trainer ran as 1Z41 09.30 Barton Hill-Birmingham NS, with 67020 and departing 150 minutes late. The train passed Parkway at 11.45 with, five additional mail vans (from Stoke Gifford down sidings) attached to create an eleven coach train to work over the Lickey bank, a requirement for later in the the Summer timetable. The loco was reported as travelling at 35mph over the summit, which was apparently acceptable! Also recorded was an HST stock move, the 5Z43 06.29 Laira-Neville Hill formed 43094, 41114, 43121 only. 60010 was later recorded on the Tytherington stone via Day's curve. 

29/05 HSTs returned to Cross-Country services! 1Z89 09:25 Newquay-Newcastle was a GNER HST powered by 43114/006, 1V21 08:20 Manchester-Newquay was an ex-VXC HST powered by 43092/097 and 1V31 07:25 York-Paignton was another ex-VXC HST powered by 43153/098. 29/05 The second Summer Saturday and Royal 67005 worked Pathfinder's 'Cornubian' (1Z72 04.21 Birmingham International-Penzance) as far as Taunton where steam 5029 Nunney Castle and 5051 Earl Bathurst took over. The Class 67 was in use in place of Peak 45 112 which was not available and the coaching stock used was;- 35461 (support coach from Taunton), 21272, 4902, 4927, 5040, 5009, 1863, 3098, 3140,3112, 3122, 1692. The return was 1Z73 16.18 Penzance-Birmingham International again with 67 005, noted near Yatton at 20.13. Non First/GW HSTs made a come-back! GNER 'full blue' 43006 and 43114 (formed with 41151, 41152, 40740, 42178, 42226, 42182, 42186, 42190, 44080 -EC22) worked 1C06 07.06 Plymouth-Newquay and 1Z89 09.24 Newquay-Edinburgh, 43153 and 43098 (with 41045, 41059, 40437, 42175, 42176, 42177, 42105, 44081) were on 1V21 08.20 Manchester Picadilly-Newquay and 1M25 14.20 Newquay-Manchester Picadilly and 43097 with 43092 (with 41166, 41163, 40401, 42094, 42093, 42092, 42109, 44076) worked 07.07 Leeds-Plymouth and 14.15 Plymouth-Edinburgh. The latter two return workings were in place of Voyager sets. On the freight side, 60010 was on the Machen ballast trip from Westbury. 

30/05 Specials for the Second Division play-off final at Cardiff's Millennium stadium between Bristol City and Brighton saw the Wessex Class 31s in action (See Class 31 Notes and News) and 66249 on a 1Z27 07.45 Hove-Cardiff Central formed with all green (except one) 5389 Sir Lancelot (choc/cream), 5023, 5027, 1832, 5007, 4925, 4986, 3114, 1696, 3124, 3127, 17015, seen near Pilning at 11.16. This train returned as 1Z28 18.40 to Hove, being routed both ways via Bath and Westbury. Amongst additional unit activity was Valley Lines 143607+143601+143624 all seen in the late morning together on a Cardiff bound working. An additional working during the evening was a 17.30 Cardiff-Bristol TM train formed of Virgin stock, top n'tailed by 67020 and 67012 with a Merlin driver in charge. Royal 67005 worked the following days Pathfinder tours 'Cornubian 2' stock as 11.10 Bescot Old Oak Common. 

31/05 67030 was used on Pathfinder's 'Cornubian 2' (not 67005 as expected) running as 1Z27 05.58 Ealing Broadway-Penzance and noted in Yatton loop between 08.47 and 08.56. The choc/cream coaching stock was slightly different to that of 29/05 with 4902 added. On arrival at Penzance, steam 5029 and 5051 returned the train north as 1Z28 14.15 Penzance-Ealing Broadway as far as Exeter, where 67 030 took over. This loco was however removed at Bristol being low on fuel, 67 020 being the replacement for the journey to London. The two steam locos meanwhile ran with support coach 35461 from Exeter-Barton Hil passing Yatton at 23.39. Also for the first part of day's Wessex trains Class 31 diagram, 158863 was used but the 31s were out for the 14.28 departure to the Dorset resort.

Gloucestershire 

11/05 66013 was seen near St. Mary's (Stroud) on the 6A32 13.27 Ashchurch-Didcot MoD trip formed with a number of army vehicles including small tanks. 28/05 The 6M27 16.17 Newport ADj-Wembley with a Class 66 loco in charge was reported to have 'separated' at Haresfield just north of Standish junction at 18.30.

Portbury Branchline

11/05 66094 was on a 4Z26 20.27 Didcot-Portbury train of empty HTAs. 66051 worked a 4D22 20.44 Avonmouth-Portbury HTA wagon transfer. 09/05 Using the stock which arrived at Temple Meads on the steam tour from Ealing Broadway on 06/05, 5029 Nunney Castle worked 1Z36 09.35 Temple Meads-Portbury dock (coal terminal) and 1Z37 10.45 return and a second 1Z38 12.40 Temple Meads-Portbury dock (coal terminal) and 1Z39 13.50 return as 'Avonside Branchline Explorers' for Pathfinder tours. 31/05 Bank holiday Monday, and 66031 departed on 6M04 09.20 loaded coal service to Rugeley.

SOUTH WALES AREA

Cardiff Central

01/05 58025/029/030 were at Canton in light blue livery and with GIF in white lettering on the side. They also have the EWS logo in yellow under a cab window. 

15/05 To cater for people going to the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final at the Millennium Stadium, 67011 hauled 1Z65 07:07 from Wigan NW with 67002 d.o.r. 67006 worked 1Z40 08:00 from Leeds with hauling Northern Belle stock with 67005 d.o.r. 67021 operated 1Z67 07:36 from Liverpool Lime Street hauling 9526, 5814/16, 5796, 5843, 5752/91/92/69/76 with 67017 d.o.r. It seems that EWS are undercutting other traction providers to gain business for their surplus fleet of 67s, to the extent that train operators can afford to have two of them on each train! 67006 returned as 18:34 1Z41 to Leeds on its own. 67017 worked 1Z59 17:25 to Wigan with 67021 do.r. 67002 hauled 1Z71 18:54 to Liverpool with 67011 d.o.r. 

16/05 67005 in Royal Train livery worked 1Z33 13:04 to Crewe via Birmingham New Street, routed that way due to engineering work on the Marches line. 

20/05 There was the astonishing sight of an A.C. electric loco in Cardiff, when 86237 arrived by road for scrapping at Simms Metals from Alsthom's Glasgow Works! 

21/05 158818 worked the final weekday 06:00 Carmarthen-Waterloo and 158827 the final weekday 19:17 Waterloo-Fishguard Harbour. 

22/05 To cater for people going to the FA Cup Final between Manchester United and Millwall at the Millennium Stadium, 67029 worked 1Z65 07:10 from Piccadilly with 67015 d.o.r. 67002 hauled 5776/69/92/91/52, 5843, 5796, 5816/14, 9526 as 1Z67 07:39 from Manchester with 67030 d.o.r. 67025 hauled 5278, 4902/27, 5040/09, 1863, 17086, 5322, 5275, 5366, 5276, 5341 as 0920 from Paddington. 67030 returned as 1Z71 18:54 to Manchester with 67002 d.o.r. and 67015 returned as 1Z69 18:08 to Manchester with 67019 d.o.r. 

29/05 To cater for people going to the First Division play-off final at the Millennium Stadium between Crystal Palace and West Ham United, 67012 powered 1V75 08:33 from Manchester with 67029 d.o.r. (clearly a lot of Hammers supporters live up north!). It returned as 1W94 17:44 to Manchester hauled by 67029 with 67012 d.o.r. 67006, 67030 and 66249 hauled three football specials from Ealing Broadway, presumably selected as it's at the end of the District Line from West Ham. 

30/05 To cater for people going to the Second Division play-off final at the Millennium Stadium between Bristol City and Brighton & Hove Albion, 66249 worked 1Z27 07:45 from Hove and 18:40 return and 67020/012 worked a service to/from Manchester. (Bristol City lost!). 31/05 To cater for people going to the Third Division play-off final at the Millennium Stadium between Huddersfield Town and Mansfield Town, 67007 hauled 1V74 07:25 from Manchester and 67024 worked 1V75 08:33 from Manchester with 67029 d.o.r. 67007 returned on 1W94 17:44 to Manchester and 67029 hauled 1Z67 18:15 to Manchester with 67024 d.o.r.

Former ASW Steelworks

09/05 09008. 21/05 08941. 31/05 08900.

Cardiff Canton (viewed from the footbridge)

02/05 08955. 37412/413/509/676/798. 47761. 66014/026/086/106. 09/05 08955. 37412/413/509/676/698/798. 47761. 58025/029/030. 66113/209. 16/05 08955. 37412/413/419/509/676/798. 47761. 58025/029/030. 60070. 66034/138. 23/05 08955. 37412/413/509/676/798. 47761/805. 66073. 30/05 08955. 37412/413/509/676/798. 47761.

It has been reported that EWS locomotives will no longer be fuelling at Canton. All such will work will now be at Margam and in East Usk Yard where a new fueling point has been constructed. Thus no "active" EWS locos will be seen at Canton in the future.

Newport

01/05 66952 was on the South Quay at Newport Docks. 07/05 60027/038. 66020/029/049/060/169/502. 13/05 66209 hauled 66952 d.i.t. in 6E30 16:45 Trostre-Doncaster from ADJ-Bescot. 20/05 58024/025/029/030/031/020, all in light blue GIF livery, were at ADJ Yard for transfer to the Docks and export to Spain. 58030/029/025 had overhauled bogies. 21/05 31128/454. 57001. 60017/027/032/047/083/087/090. 66004. 22/05 The Class 58s were lifted aboard MV Fairload, one of the ships that have brought locos to the U.K. over the last few years! 28/05 31128/454. 57011. 60037/048/069. 66075/201.

Severn Tunnel junction 

16/05 The 'old' emergency train with 09017 Leo was found at by the mainline at Caldicot junction during the afternoon. It was reported that the train had been stabled here since the morning of 14/05 due to a burst water-main at it's normal Sudbrook base.

LOCO AND UNIT NEWS 

CLASS 31

07/05 31128 and 31454 top n'tailing the 1O98 12.52 Bristol TM-Brighton Wessex Trains service failed at Wilton junction, near Salisbury. 

14/05 31452 and 31454 were on the 1O98 12.52 Bristol TM-Brighton and 1V96 17.00 Brighton-Cardiff Central. 

15/05 For the Rugby Challenge Cup Final between St.Helens and Wigan, 31452 and 31454 top n'tailed a 1Z31 10.30 Westbury-Cardiff and 1Z42 17.55 return. 

20/05 31452 ran 0Z31 14.15 Westbury-Bristol TM (being stabled in the former west-end motorail bay) and 0Z32 16.10 Bristol TM-Westbury, driver training run. 

21/05 Network rail, yellow-liveried 31233 and 31285 ran 0Z26 13.10 Derby-Old Oak Common light-engine to collect the failed Network Rail Serco Hst set. The return was routed via the Great Western mainline, Swindon, Day's curve and Bristol Parkway. 31452 and 31454 were on the Wessex trains 1O98 and 1V96. 

22/05 For the FA Cup Final between Manchester Utd and Millwall, 31452 and 31454 top n'tailed coaches 5906, 9505, 5958, 5925 on an 08.15 Salisbury-Cardiff Central and 17.55 return, both via Temple Meads. 

24/05 A new Class 31 operated service started between Bristol Temple Meads and Weymouth. 31128/454 pulled/pushed the train on the first day. The diagrams are: 5O86 07:48 Barton Hill-BTM via Bristol West Jcn, 2O86 08:28 BTM-Weymouth, 2V74 11:00 Weymouth-BTM, 2O90 14:28 BTM-Weymouth, 2V89 17:18 Weymouth-BTM, 5V89 19:50 BTM-Barton Hill. 

26/05 31601 with coaches 9525, 6122, 6117, 9506, 6173 formed a 5Z59 11.35 Derby-Westbury ecs move, the whole train (including the loco) carrying the new Wessex 'pink' livery and brandings. With 31452 attached to the other end, the train then formed 5Z60 17.18 Westbury-Barton Hill depot. Earlier, the 'other' Class 31 top n'tailed set with 31128 and 31454 was failed at Temple Meads prior to the 14.28 departure to Weymouth, and was moved to Barton Hill depot for attention. 

27/05 31 601 and 31 452 top n'tailed the 08.46 Bristol TM-Weymouth, 11.00 Weymouth-Bristol TM, 14.28 Bristol TM-Weymouth and 17.18 Weymouth-Bristol TM. 

28/05 31601/452 continued on the Weymouths. 31454/128 pulled/pushed 1V96 16:57 Brighton-Cardiff. 

30/05 31 452 and 31 601 were used for additional workings for the Bristol City v Brighton Division 2 play-off final at the Millenium stadium. Using coaches;- 9525, 6122, 6117, 9506, 6173 the full day's diagram was;- 2Z70 09.00 Westbury-Cardiff, 5Z71 10.49 Cardiff-Bristol TM ecs, 2Z71 12.02 Bristol TM-Cardiff, 2Z72 17.40 Cardiff-Bristol TM, 5Z73 18.33 Bristol TM-Cardiff ecs, 2Z73 20.10 Cardiff-Westbury. 

31/05 31128 and 31454 worked 08.28 Bristol TM-Weymouth and 11.00 return, but was replaced by 158 863 for the 14.28 Bristol TM-Weymouth, all Wessex 31s being called in to Merehead quarry for an immediate exam. In the North, the a new loco-hauled FNW diagram was announced as;- 1J02 07.19 Blackpool North-Manchester and 1N58 17.06 return.

CLASS 37

01/05 37406/417/425 worked Saturday services on the Rhymney line. 

03/05 To handle expected crowds on the Bank Holiday, 37406/417/425 were running on the Rhymney line for most of the day. 37 042 was on the 7V27 Eastleigh-Didcot departmental. 

04/05 37406 worked 2F05 07:19 Rhymney-Cardiff and 2R42 17:11 return, 37417 did 2V07 06:59 Rhymney-Radyr and 2R46 17:47 Cardiff-Rhymney, whilst 37425 hauled 2F06 07:40 Rhymney-Cardiff and 2R38 16:50 return. 

05/05 37406 did 2V07, 37417 2F05 and 37425 2F06. 37670 worked 6M75 ADJ-Warrington. 

06/05 37670 and 37698 were present on Newport Godfrey Road stabling point. One of the four Class 37s that arrived on Barton Hill earlier this year for overseas use was reported as completely rubbed down with all corroded bodywork replaced. The loco, believed to be 37377 awaits it's new colours. 37406 hauled 2V07, 37425 2F05 and 37417 2F06. 

07/05 37419 worked the 7C42 Newport ADJ-Westbury departmental service en-route to the West Somerset Railway diesel gala. 37689 was also reported as at Westbury.  37406 operated 2V07 & 2R38, 37425 2F05 & 2R46, 37417 2F06 & 2R42. 

08/05 37406/417/425 were in action on the Rhymney Saturday services. 

09/05 Ian Riley's 37197 was used on Pathfinder's return 'Ocean Mails 100' (1Z34 09.57 Kingswear-Bristol TM )with coaching stock;- W35461, 4902, 5040, W5009, 1863, W4927, W21272). The outward was worked by steam 3440 City of Truro. 

10/05 37419 worked 7O48 Whatley-Hamworthy (as far as Westbury) stone and 37689 was returned 'dit' in the consist of the Hereford stone empties during the early hours (being removed at East Usk). Because there were no other locos available, 37689 was in charge of the 6O34 (MO) Margam-Eastleigh empty fuel tankers. Earlier 37197 had worked the 'Ocean Mails 100' outward (1Z34 09.57 Bristol TM-Kingswear) for City of Truro to return and make the anniversary run 100 years and a-day after breaking the 100mph speed record down Wellington bank. 37425 worked 2V07, 37417 2F05 and 37406 2F06. 37197 hauled 1Z34 09:57 Bristol T.M.-Paignton. 37419/689 did 7B66 10:48 Westbury-ADJ engineering train. 

11/05 Two 37s within 45 minutes at Pilning saw 37 419 around 11.30 on a Westbury-Newport Adj departmental followed at 12.05 by 37 689 on a similar working. 

12/05 37425 did 2R38, 37406 2R42, 37417 2R46. 

13/05 37047 and 66227 were paired on 7Y40 Eastleigh-Hoo junction departmental. 37406 was on 2R38, 37417 2R42 and 37425 2R46. 

14/05 37669 was on a 10.30 Bescot-Marchwood MoD stores. 37417 worked 2R38, 37425 2R42 and 37406 2R46. 

15/05 37114 and 37308 top n'tailed the Whipton weedkiller train from Eastleigh-Eastleigh via Exeter (03.09-03.14) and Salisbury. 37406/417/425 covered the Rhymney Saturday services. To cater for people going to the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final at the Millennium Stadium, 37419 worked 1Z37 09:34 Cardiff-Cardiff via Parkway, Gloucester and Lydney, hauling 5376/78, W17056, 5365/07/64. In the afternoon, 37419 wouldn't start so 66034 hauled it d.i.t. on 1Z39 17:38 Cardiff-Cardiff via Lydney, Gloucester and Parkway. 

16/05 37174 and 37 93 were present at Didcot during the morning with 58015/017/034. 

17/05 37 669 with 37 698 top n'tailed the 1Z14 12.02 Worcester - Oxford Serco and 14.12 return. 67 017 and 67 021 were apparently booked for the duty! Also 37114 hauled 58 024 (in new 'overseas' Gif blue) as 0Z58 10.25 Eastleigh-Newport ADj for export leaving at 12.20 and passing Pilning at 14.44. 37417 was on 2V07, 37425 2F05 and 37406 2F06. 

18/05 37698 hauled 1Z12 Bescot-Swansea Serco test train, with 37669 on the rear. 37042 with 37308 were back on 7Z07 weed killing duty from Eastleigh-Eastleigh via Weymouth and Yeovil Pen Mill. 

19/05 37893 worked 7O26 Oxford Hinksey yard-Eastleigh and 6V38 Eastleigh-Didcot, not leaving on the return until 17.15. 

20/05 37174 was on the 4B24 Didcot-Wentloog MoD (leaving late around 16.00) and 4A25 return. 37669 worked 1Z14 06:30 Swansea-Derby Serco test train, with 37698 on the rear. 37425 hauled 2V07, 37417 2F05 and 37406 2F06. 

22/05 37406/ 417/ 425 handled the Rhymney Saturday services. 

25/05 37 174 was again on the 4B24 passing Swindon at 16.21. 37425 operated 2V07, 37419 2F05, 37406 2F06. 

26/05 37419 worked 2V07 and 2R46, 37406 2F05 and 2R42, 37425 2F06 and 2R38. 

27/05 37669 was on the 7O26 Oxford Hinksey yard-Eastleigh and 7V27 return departmental. 37174 was used to move steam 5051 Earl Bathurst as 5Z37 11.05 Didcot-Bishop's Lydeard, collecting 5029 Nunney Castle with support coach W35461 from Barton Hill en-route leaving Bristol early at 14.25. The loco returned as 0A16 17.40 Bishop's Lydeard-Didcot light-engine (recorded at Weston-super-Mare on the loop at 18.00), the steam locos being used on a railtour to Penzance two days later. 37406 did 2V07, 37419 2F05 and 37425 2F06. 

29/05 37419 hauled the first 1B96 Rhymney-Fishguard Harbour service of 2004, but only as far as Cardiff where the train was caped and a unit went forward to Fishguard. The excuse was that the train was needed for capacity on the Rhymney line, as there was an event at the Millennium Stadium. Several enthusiasts were very disappointed! 37406 and 37417 were also in action on the Rhymney line all day. 

31/05 37174 was again in action on 7O26 11.30 Didcot-Eastleigh and 7V27 return departmental. Due to another Bank Holiday, 37406/417/419 were in use on the Rhymney line for most of the day. 37425 did 2R38, 37417 2R42 and 37406 2R46.

CLASS 47/57

01/05 57601 returned to it's old First/GW stamping ground working a 'Green Express', 1Z79 06.00 Llandudno jcn-Bath outing, with 47854 on the train's other end. The West Coast stock in use was;- 549 (99672), 99127, 99121, 3143, 3136,21266, 99311, 4951, 4984, 4905, 5032, 5487. The train was noted at Patchway at 11.15, around an hour late, the ECS running to Westbury for servicing and returning as 5Z27 15.25 Westbury-Bath for 1Z27 16.00 Bath-Llandudno. 

03/05 Another 'Green Express', this time with 47854 solo on 1Z47 Leeds-Salisbury. The return was 1Z48 17.15 Salisbury-Leeds. 

08/05 Fragonset 47703 replaced steam 73096 on a Victoria-Worcester 'Cathederals Express'. 

10/05 Fragonset 47355 was noted hauling 47805 down Filton bank at 11.37, returning at 12.16 light-engine north. 14/05 47150 on 1Z37 11.04 Crewe-Cardiff 

15/05 To cater for people going to the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final at the Millennium Stadium, 47197 worked 1V77 08.33 from Manchester hauling 5647, 5292, 9417, 5748, 5794, W6310. It returned as 1W94 17:44 to Manchester. 

18/05 57603 was on the 1C99 Paddington-Penzance First/GW sleeper service. 

19/05 47832 worked the 1C99, returning the 1A99 Penzance-Paddington sleeper the following day. 

22/05 To cater for people going to the FA Cup Final at the Millennium Stadium, 47805 hauled 5961, 6177, 5971, 9503 as 1Z47 09:34 Cardiff-Cardiff via Parkway, Gloucester and Lydney. It returned as 1Z39 18:18 Cardiff-Gloucester via Lydney and then 5Z93 20:03 Gloucester-Canton via Parkway. 47847 hauled 1V77 08:33 Manchester Piccadilly-Cardiff with 5794/48, 3261, 9417, 5955, 5647. 

23/05 Newly repainted in two-tone green 47 815 was released from St.Phillips Marsh running as 0Z70 13.00 light to Old Oak Common. 

25/05 47 832 was on the 1A99 sleeper service. 29/05 47813 was on the 1C17 09.33 Paddington-Penzance First/GW service with hauled stock;- 9490, 5700, 5737, 5710, 5632, 5679, 6721, 3232, 3255, to release an Hst set for use on a Cardiff Millennium stadium football extra. To cater for people going to the First Division play-off final at the Millennium Stadium between Crystal Palace and West Ham United, 47818 worked a special from Ealing Broadway to Cardiff. 

30/05 47813 returned on 1A62 13.50 Penzance-Paddington, and was reported to be coming off-lease on 01/06. First/GW sleeper locos on the 1C99 were 47832+57602. 

31/05 47832 ran 5Z74 17.00 Laira-St.Phillips Marsh and returned 5Z77 20.30 St.Phillips Marsh-Laira formed van 6338 + Hst + van 6348. The two remaining EWS Class 47s, 47757 and 47787 are expected to be withdrawn during June.

Class 60

It is reported that up to 20 Class members could be stored. Locos expected to be taken out of traffic first are;- 60 002/029/056/066/071/098. 

LOCAL DRS WORKINGS

6V74/6M67 Crewe-Bridgwater-Crewe nuclear flasks. 

30/04 37 218+37 059. 06/05 20 305+37 608. 10/05 20 309+37 608. 13/05 37 609+37 610. 17/05 37 609+37 610. 20/05 37 602+37 608. 27/05 20 313+37 607.

LOCAL FREIGHTLINER WORKINGS

4V50/4O51 Millbrook-Wentloog and return containers. 

11/05 57008. 12/05 66542. 13/05 57004. 17/05 66570. 18/05 57009. 19/05 57009. 20/05 57009. 25/05 66570. 28/05 57001. 

4V60/4M60 Calvert-Avon area empty and return loaded refuse containers. 

06/05 66548. 07/05 66548. 11/05 66564. 13/05 66553. 24/05 66548. 26/05 66548. 

6V20/6M37 Hope sidings-Moorswater loaded and return cement empties. 

10/05 66616. 17/05 66616. 19/05 66616. 12/05 66616. 24/05 66601. 26/05 66601. 31/05 66601. 

6V14/6X42 Mossend/Coatbridge-Portbury empty and return loaded cars. 

12/05 66604. 26/05 66609. 28/05 66609.

Other Freightliner workings 

05/05 47812 and 47805 ran 0Z48 13.28 Crewe Basford Hall-Bristol Kingsland Road light-engines. 

06/05 66609 was on the 6M16 13.48 Southampton-Crewe automotive. 47812 worked 16 lorry trailer KAAs from Aberthaw-Kingsland . 

12/05 47843 with 66 613 'dit' were on the 6M16 Southampton-Crewe automotive. 

13/05 47812 worked a 6Z77 09.17 Kingsland Road-Millbrook train of empty KAAs. The loco returned the loaded train as 4Z77 to Westbury later in the day. 

16/05 Freighliner 57009 and Cotswold Rail 47316 were still present at Merehead quarry for attention having arrived last month. 

17/05 47812 was on the 4O77 Westbury (departing at 07.22)-Millbrook loaded cement trailers. 

22/05 For the FA Cup Final, 47805 was provided to work a circular 1Z34 Cardiff-Gloucester-Cardiff (via Parkway) relief formed of four Valley Line MkIIs. A similar return trip 1Z39 18.18 Cardiff-Cardiff operated in the evening, this time going in the opposite direction. 

24/05 47812 was again on the 4O77 leaving Westbury for . 

29/05 47812 with 47843 passed through Cardiff Central at 11.52 heading east light. 

LOCAL EWS WORKINGS

6M33 Avonmouth-Wembley. 

06/05 67011. 07/05 67030. 11/05 67003. 13/05 67003. 14/05 67003. 20/05 67017. 28/05 67016. 

6F92 (or 6F96) Cardiff Tidal sidings-Plymouth Tavistock scrap empties. 

11/05 66005. 17/05 66123. 19/05 66115. 24/05 66185. 26/05 66233. 

6C68 (or 6F56) 20.01 Plymouth Tavistock yard-Cardiff Tidal loaded scrap. 

13/05 66005. 14/05 66006. 18/05 66123. 24/05 66138. 27/05 66230. 28/05 66053. 

6V41 Irvine-Burngullow empty china clay slurries. 

10/05 66091. 13/05 66223. 6S55 09.40 (WO) Burngullow-Irvine loaded china clay slurry. 12/05 66216. 27/05 66154. 

6M68 (SO) Burngullow-Irvine loaded china clay slurry. 

15/05 66223. 22/05 66128. 

6V70 08.57 (T,W,FO) Cliffe Vale-St.Blazey empty 'clayliner'. 

11/05 66141. 12/05 66091. 14/05 66213. 18/05 66194. 19/05 66128. 24/05 66016. 25/05 66230. 26/05 66207. 28/05 66099. 

6M72 16.54 (M,T, ThO) Burngullow-Cliffe Vale loaded 'clayliner'. 10/05 66167. 11/05 66091. 13/05 66091. 17/05 66194. 18/05 66128. 20/05 66138. 24/05 66230. 25/05 66012+66194. 27/05 66037. 31/05 66016.

Stock Alterations

Locomotives 

Transfers 

08514(TE)-TO, 08784(TO)-TE, 08866(BS)-ML, 08904(OC)-TD, 08951(MG)-BS, 09019(TD)-OC, 09020(BS)-ML, 58020/024/025/029/030/031(EH) - GIF (Spain), 67001-030inc(CF)-TO. To West Coast Railway: 37197/235/261. 47245.

Stored 

AN: 08632 BS: 08577/593/909. 37674/886. CB: 86602/604. CE: 08701. 90017. 92001/007/025/035. DC: 08528. 09106. EH: 08765. LH: 60002. ML: 08411/924. OC: 08786. 47756. OY: 86212/231/251. PB: 09205. TD: 08918. 37896. TE: 60098. TO: 08698. 37422/684. 47798. WA: 08782/954. 37706/707. WB: 08482/775. YK: 08911. Cardiff (Tidal Sdgs): 09008. Dagenham: 08907. Fowey: 09016. Tyne Yard: 09005. MoD Bicester: 87005/009/011/017/018/020/027/028/034. CB = Crewe Basford Hall, DC = Doncaster Carr, LH = Loughborough, PB = Peterborough, WA = Warrington, WB = Willesden Brent Sdgs, YK = York.

Traffic 

08623 -BS, 08711 -TO, 08757/802 -BS, 08842 -TD, 08888 -TO, 08900 -MG, 08933. 09103 -ML, 43158 -NL, 47033 -MM, 47780 -DF, 90033/034 -CE.

Withdrawn 

37010/040/071/074/131/162/185/298/370/376/697. 47146/217/241/474/474/513/519/536/624/725/762, 47764/765. 56004/034/036/121/130/132.

Disposals: 

HNRL: 08601/817. Booth: 47476/513. 56010/050/075/130. 73108/110/131/133. Private Sale: 31465.

Diesel Multiple Units 

Withdrawn 

51335/358/377.

Disposals 

51335/358/377 - Sims (CF).

Formations 

156412 + 489 have reverted to correct formation.

New Stock 

168218/219 -AL. 222012/014 -HQ.

Electric Multiple Units 

Stored 

AF: 1590/92. EH(Yard): 1533/34/65. SS: 1719/40. 1904.

Withdrawn 

(S): 1519/27/44/62/73/81. 1602/12/15. 5001

Disposals 

IMRFT: 1519/44/62/73/81. Booth: 1527 plus cars 61734/735(x1572). Sims(CF): 5001. cars 75773/824. 70621. 70256. 62053, 71068. 1722(70725, 62047, 76052/106), 1736(71052).

Renumbered 

375312/314/319/33 - 377302/304/309/321.

New Stock 3

75922-924 -RE. 377201/213/214 -BI. 390046 -MA. 444026 -HQ 450002/036/041/070/080/094/096/098/100 - HQ.

Coaching & NPCC Stock 

Transfers

5631/32/36. 5710/37/40. 9481/94 -OM(Stored), 10230. 11023/038/073 -WB, 12004 -PC, 12082/088/116/148/154 -WB, 82106/112 -PC, 82119/122 -WB, 82132 -PC, 82133 -WB.

Stored 

LT: 10201/209. 11005/006/013/033. 12015/016020/030/110/118. 82129. MA: 10210/213/234/256/260. 11076/077/082/085/094. 12023/034/037/042/077 12090/093/103/115/1407175. 82123/130/147. NL: 40424. 41165. 42110/117/322. 44100. OY: 5824/66. 5912/83/89/91. 6151. 9522. 10205/242/248/250/251/252/259 CreweHC: 5449/50/94. Bristol Parkway: 80364. 94103/119/168/176/209/214. 94318/331/332. 94400/411/413/432/440/449/455/463/485/503/524/530/534/548. York North Yard: 80370/387/390/401/432/434. 94106/132/138/211/216. 94415/438/452/493/505/507/513. Moss End: 94229.

Traffic 

35508 -BQ, 11308/408 -BN*. (* see renumbered)

Withdrawn 

1674. 975046/076/550/551/552/931/934. 977726/935.

Disposals 

Booths: 1674. 93486(Ex Internal User). 977935. DNL: 975550/551/552/931/934. (at Hexthorpe) N/K: 977726. (For Central Rlys at Edge Hill) Great Central (Northern): 975046/076.

Renumbered 

11218 - 11408, 11263 - 11408.

Pool Codes 

HIMR Midland Mainline Cl222 Meridian Units WABK EWS Cl67 Systemwide & RETB Fitted TO SAPH HSBC Charter Stock (See list below) 1210/12/16/50/52. 3261. 3314/25/44/45/48/56/64/86/97. 3426. 5775. 5822. 5931/32/34/55/63/69/84. 6024/38/43/54/55/56/62. 6104/07/11/13/16/38/41/42/58/63/71/76/80. 9484. 9501/04/07/09/37.

Local Freight News 

Scrap Metal Traffic 

Alpha Steel (on the East Usk branch) is reported to be reopening for scrap traffic by rail. 

Stone Traffic 

The ballast contract with Machen quarry is reported to be ending in March 2005. 

Freightliner Traffic 

A new-flow is to commence to remove contaminated soil from Baglan Bay-Calvert for disposal. Up to three trains a week are to run as ;- 6Z43 12.55 Calvert-Baglan Bay (Pilning 16.53) and 6Z42 01.14 Baglan Bay-Calvert (08.35).

Road Movements

13/05 Steam 3440 City of Truro was seen on a road low-loader heading north on the M5 junction 11A during the mid-afternoon returning from Barton Hill, Bristol. 

14/05 Steam loco 68006 (HeE3192/44, rebuilt He3888/64), from Meldon quarry, was recorded on a Heanor lorry in the Truckstop cafe at junction 24 on the M5 at 09.00. 

27/05 Loco 09001 was seen being loaded onto a trailer at Plymouth Tavistock yard, destined for Cardiff Canton depot.

Preservation and Industrial Matters

Avon Valley Railway (R.W.Giles) 22/05/04 Class 07, D2994 was noted running round the three-coach 11.20 Oldland Common-Riverside at the new station, ready to work out on the return 11.50 service. This was the first of several diesel-operating days planned by the railway for 2004. Another previously unreported arrival (noted on 28/04) was 429 (RH 466618/61) from MoD Bicester.

Class 52 Work on D1015 Western Champion continues, the loco is expected to be returned to traffic later this year in an all-over maroon livery with small yellow warning panels.

TRIP REPORTS

The Desiro Wonderer 11/5/04 J.Griffiths J.Hockley

M.O.D Ludgershall 

Barrier Vehicles 6260/61 Departmentals 977990/991

Southampton Maritime 

08575 47303/309 57003/007 66536/539/560/571/575/576/577 Withdrawn Locos 08745 47205/207/334 Passing 60095 66087 DMU 170305 

M.O.D Marchwood (viewed) 

60095 66087 Stored EMU`s 377142/143/144/147/148/149/150/151/157 MOD Locos 258 01541 (ex 260) 01548 (ex 257) Preserved Loco Percy JF 22503-38 

Passing Millbrook 

66517 

Northam Depot EMU`s 

444018/020/021 450002/014/015/016/020/022/052/067 Industrial Locos HNRC 29 HE 7017-71 Loopy Lou RR 10241-66 Barrier Vehicle 6322 (ex Eurostar Barrier 96386) Passing 66087 DMU 170304 EMU 2404 3404 

Eastleigh Works (View) 

08649 EMU`s 458008 508122 Passing 60095 66016/071/242/517 DMU`s 170304/305/308 EMU`s 2408 3469 

EH Eastleigh (View) 

08442 Withdrawn Loco 37219 Internal User 083644/645/646 Engineers Wagons 92213-222 (Skako) 

Eastleigh Enginners Yd 

08664/765/776 Track Machines 98220/926/927/928/930/976/977/978/980 Rail Carrying Wagons 93346 979510 

Basingstoke Up Sidings EMU`s 3510/42 450036/057/072 Passing 450007/029/030/055 

Basingstoke Station S.P 

EMU`s 450062 Passing EMU 3413 

Farnham 

450027 

Farnham s.p (old steam depot) 

EMU`s 3540 450023/027/048/051 Passing 450073 

Note no vehicle access to depot only a walk way off the end of the platform at the station which goes straight past the signal box. Driving leave station go straight ahead to traffic lights,turn left go around a mile to a set of lights turn left continue for around another mile when you go over the railway pull in on the left and a path leads to an over bridge where you can view the depot. 

Woking s.p 

EMU 450019 

Woking Engineers S.P 

76401 

Woking 

73109 DMU 159011/017 EMU`s 1882 2313/403/418 5730/872 450049 

Weybridge 

EMU`s 450058/068 

Walton on Thames 

EMU 2402 Esher EMU`s 5735/837 

Surbiton 

EMU 3557 

Wimbledon 

L.T 5509/14 6509/14 

Wimbledon old depot 

EMU`s 3426/561 

Wimbledon new depot 

EMU`s 5742 8004/007/029 Passing 5729/914 

Clapham Jct Yd 

EMU`s 1302/13/21 3455/536/52/80 450021/025/026/034/038/047/069/071 458015/018 

Clapham Jct 

66035 73201 DMU`s 158838 159003/004/005/006/007/008/009/010/012/013/015/020/021 170301/303 205032/033 EMU`s 1303/05/08/12/14/15/17/18/22/94/95/97/98/99 1403/06 1697 1704/08/11/12/21/39/43 1802/04/05/31/34/45/46/48/51/54/61/62/64/67/74/82/83/84/85/86/89/91 1905/06/07/08 2311/12/13/14/15 2401/02/03/04/06/08/11/13/14/20/22/23 3401/02/07/08/10/11/14/19/25/26/30/33/67/68/80/81/83/84/89/90 3510/12/14/15/19/20/25/29/30/31/39/40/42/49/55/57/58/61/63/69/78 3809/11/12/14/41/42 3901/02/03/04/07/09/11/12/15/19 5701/02/03/04/05/07/08/13/15/17/18/19/20/21/22/23/24/25/27/29/30/33 5734/35/36/37/38 5802/03/06/07/08/11/14/16/17/18/20/23/24/25/28/30/35/38/41/42/44/46/47 5848/49/50/52/54/56/57/58/59/60/62/63/64/65/66/67/68/69/70/71/72/74 5901/02/03/04/05/09/10/11/13/14/15/19 319006/007/008/011/217/218/424/428 375311/333/335/338 377103/105/109/141/146/156/163/164 377302/309/310/314/315/318/320 444013/025 450003/006/007/010/011/017/018/021/027/029/030/033 450042/048/049/053/054/055/056/058/060/061/066/068/074/075/076/095/097 456002/005/007/008/011/012/014/016/019/021/022/023/024 458001/003/007/012/013/015/016/017/026/027/029 460001/002/003/004/005/007 Surbiton EMU`s 5702/827 450006 Track Machine 98216 Woking 73109 EMU`s 1307/15 1884 3433 3557 444019 450021/027/034/097 

Woking Enginners S.P 

Track Machine 76401 

Woking S.P 

EMU 450019 

Note 450`s also stable at Winchester at weekends at the moment.

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