To finish the week off one of my favourite subjects, in this case the Standard Class 4 tank engine number 80105.
It is shown here at Aviemore on the Strathspey Steam Railway in Scotland where we paid a visit whilst on holiday up there a few years ago. The engine was built at Brighton in 1955 and after being withdrawn it was sent to Barry Island in South Wales to be scrapped. Fortunately a group of enthusiasts purchased it from there in 1973 and restored it to full working order.
That's it for this week I think, have a good weekend, back on Monday all being well, when I will be showing pictures from Scotland for the whole week, some old and some not so old.
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