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Recent Comments

  • Nick Tompkin avatar

    Nick Tompkin

    Photos have appeared on Linkedin today of works around Cork, which show an S Duffy branded Bomag Road Rail roller. Whilst this needs confirmation, this is almost certainly this machine.

  • Nick Tompkin avatar

    Nick Tompkin

    This set, which I believe is treated as a floating reserve unit, is currently covering for Set 8 at Horsham. What's is unusual, is that it is running around using the 6U88 headcode of 97508 etc. This week it's working overnight between Keymer Junction and Lewes I believe.

  • Greg Hartle avatar

    Greg Hartle

    As I say, it was a brief sight flashing past on the train.. but it certainly looked ready, I'm pretty sure it had the reg plate but no chance was I going to be able to read that I wasn't ready for it! ;)

  • Alex Betteney avatar

    Alex Betteney

    LH Access used to put an A4 sheet of paper in the cab window detailing some form of identity - usually the works number of the vehicle (which is very helpful!)

  • Greg Hartle avatar

    Greg Hartle

    A fair chance it could be 109 then..

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