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Rugby Morning
Saturday, 18th December, 2004

A early morning visit to Rugby to see what happened
66558 66558 is stabled in the south bay at Rugby station
86901 The two class 86 load banks 901 and 902 (formerly 253 and 210 respectively) converted by the permanent engineering arm of the Deltic Preservation Society - DPSCS. The locos are expected to be used, over the Xmas 2005 period, to test auto-transformers on the Northampton - Rugby section of the WCML.
66515 Freightliner locos 66515 and 558 catch the morning sunrise in the south bay at Rugby
390003 Pendolino 390003 passes through Rugby on it's way Euston
390003 Catching the early morning sunrise at Rugby 390003 heads to Euston
66533 Hanjin ExpressWith a northbound liner 66533 takes the Rugby avoiding line
86621 Powering the 4L93 Trafford Park to Ipswich yard 'liner 86621 and 610 glide through Rugby
90036 With a special to Chester 90036 pauses at Rugby, the train have a loco change, at Birmingham International, for Kettle 45407
390024 Virgin VenturerHeading north through Rugby Virgin Venturer
390053 Mission Accomplished60048 stands on the avoiding lines as the final Class 390 arrives at Rugby
66617 66617 in the Rugby north bay
92006 Louis ArmandPlease stand back from the platform edge, 92006, with a thousand or so tons of freight, passing 2 foot in front of you
92006 Louis ArmandCrew change time for Dyson 6 at Rugby on the late running 4M14 Dollands Moor to Trafford Park Intermodal from Muizen
92006 Louis ArmandFreight without containers does give you the advantage of a going away shot! SNCF owned 92006 Departs for Manchester Trafford Park
92006 Louis ArmandNot really that much of an "old one" having been introduced only 10 years ago! SNCF owned 92006 departs from Rugby
87026 Sir Richard ArkwrightSpeeding north through Rugby 87026
66537 For the assembled photographers at Rugby 66537 provides a sun "on the nose" shot

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