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Last Updated Sunday 10th October 2010

Gallery 243: Blackpool 125 - Tuesday 28th September 2010
The final day of tours saw a decidely "foreign" feel with Stcokport 5, Liverpool 762 and Manchester 765 in use during the day and Bolton 66 replacing 5 for the evening tour. Other highlights from the day included both Standard 147 and Sheffield 513 in use on TDEs. All photos are provided in chronological order. To access the photos click on the relevant thumbnail and you can then either navigate from there or return to this page and click on your next one!

Photographs in this Gallery were taken by Gareth Prior on 28th September 2010.


Balloon 717

Twin Car 675+685

Centenary 644

Twin Car 672+682

Manchester 765 & Liverpool 762

Stockport 5 & Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40

Stockport 5, Manchester 765 & Liverpool 762

Stockport 5

Manchester 765

Liverpool 762

Liverpool 762, Manchester 765 & Stockport 5

Liverpool 762 & Balloon 717

Liverpool 762 & Stockport 5

Manchester 765

Liverpool 762, Centenary 648, Sheffield 513 & Standard 147

Standard 147, Sheffield 513, Centenary 648 & Liverpool 762

Standard 147, Sheffield 513, Centenary 648 & Liverpool 762

Liverpool 762

Manchester 765

Sheffield 513

Stockport 5

Centenary 645

Stockport 5

Liverpool 762 & Stockport 5

Balloon 706 & Liverpool 762

Balloon 706

Liverpool 762

Standard 147

Manchester 765

Manchester 765

Manchester 765

Liverpool 762

Stockport 5

Stockport 5, Liverpool 762 & Centenary 645

Stockport 5

Stockport 5 & Liverpool 762

Stockport 5, Liverpool 762 & Centenary 642

Liverpool 762 & Stockport 5

Stockport 5

Brush 632

Brush 632 & Brush 630

Brush 630

Balloon 723

Balloon 709 & Balloon 717

Balloon 709

Liverpool 762

Manchester 765

Bolton 66

Manchester 765 & Liverpool 762

Liverpool 762

Balloon 711

Liverpool 762

Jubilee 762

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