So pleased with myself, third 30+ mile cycle in a row! Did 36.38 miles, also making it the longest one of 2020 so far!
Check out today’s route at www.strava.com/activities/3618912092
P.S. Sorry no photos of myself, you will have to make do photos these LNER photos, I took at Tallington level crossing.
Happy first birthday to LNER’s Azuma trains, which celebrate a full year, since being launched into passenger service.
Many more photos can be found at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/trains/class-800/
I can now tick off, Dunbar railway station.
More photos from this set can be found at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/railway-stations/dunbar/
So glad, that I went to Grantham railway station on Saturday the 21st of December 2019. To see the LNER HSTs, branded as ‘Let’s Go Round Again’. A 2+7 set was fully repainted into the original InterCity125 livery and the powercars (43206 and 43312) were re-numbered to 253003 and 253029.
It’s the first time, in my life I’ve seen a HST set in it’s original livery. So glad, that myself and around 100 others went to Grantham railway station to get some photos!
More photos can be found at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/railway-stations/grantham/
Really can’t believe that today marks the last day that you will see a LNER HST on the ECML. So glad, that I went on the very last HST Highland Chieftain up to Inverness last Sunday.
Sad to know, that in the next number of weeks, all of LNER’s HSTs will be coming off the ECML. Really going to miss, seeing and of course hearing the Class 43’s, powering up and down the line.
Many more photos can be found at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/trains/class-43/
I can now tick off, another railway station, this time Leeds.
More photos from this set can be found at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/railway-stations/leeds/
Well done to member of staff at LNER, for the reply to this sick woman! Doubt, she would be saying, that if it was a friend or family member!
How cute!! Just seen my first LNER Class 801, ten car train at Grantham railway station. So in other words, two 5 car trains joined together. If, I was LNER, I would give them both boys names, to show support for being LGBT+
LNER Class 43 at Stirling railway station, which also happened to be my ride between Edinburgh Haymarket and Stirling.
Also very sad, this could well be my very last trip on LNER Class 43 in Scotland. Since from the 9th December, the London King’s Cross – Inverness LNER route, will change over to the Azuma service (Class 800).