02 July 2012


Sunday 1st July saw a nice selection of Royal Blue coaches depart from Bretonside for a trip which would eventually end up in Bath. Over the coming week or so I will bring you photos taken of the coaches which were taking part. We start off with probably one of the best preserved coaches in the country:
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  • Eye does not know what it took to achieve the re-opening today of the East Coast Main Line north of Newcastle... But bloody good effort! Railway Eye

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