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Yorkshire “Janus” no 1 at Scunthorpe

It was a busy weekend – on Saturday, we were booked for a brake-van trip around Scunthorpe steel works – and we had “the works” too – a 5-hour trip around the site, taking in the main lines, branches, spurs and sidings. Great fun!

7¼" gauge NER Class C 0-6-0 no 22

7¼” gauge NER Class C 0-6-0 no 22

– and then on Sunday, we paid a brief visit to Gilling East, home of the Ryedale Society of Model Engineers. At the other end of the scale from Scunthorpe, it was fun too. We need to go again to do justice to it.

For more on both trips, visit “Appleby Frodingham” and “Gilling East” on Geoff’s Rail Diaries

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