- published: 18 Sep 2011
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47802 and 47841 on the Cruiser Saver boat train to Glasgow, leaving Southampton Eastern Docks branch at signal E840 and about to join the main line at Northam Junction. Photo time: 10:47, Sunday 18th September 2011. Consist: 47802 47841 3390 3417 3364 1683 3426 3356 1699 3384 3397 17056 9537.
Here's a little vlog to show you how the FoodSaver FFS002 Vacuum Sealing System works. I used it to marinade some chicken in curry paste. I realise that you don't need to marinade chicken for a Thai Green Curry, but it happened to be what I was making and seemed like a good way to show you the machine! This is a paid for advertisement video - I was sent a Food Saver FFS002 to review for my blog. All opinions are honest and are my own. Full post can be found here: www.glasgowmummy.blogspot.com What I'm wearing: Flared Jersey Top from Cos http://glasgowmummy.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/januaryjoy-refresh-your-style.html Glasses, Tom Ford from SpecsDirect2u http://glasgowmummy.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/review-new-glasses-specsdirect2u.html
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67006 departs Lockerbie Down Loop while in charge of the 1Z23 Southampton to Glasgow Central special Cruise Saver Express run by Barrhead Travel and DBS. The stock is formed mainly of ex Virgin Mk2's and most if not all have pretty bad wheelflats as you will hear!!
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The Cruise Saver Express Tribute (best known as the DRS Boat Train). This is a highlight video of the train in action in the south of England. It ran from Scotland either Edinburgh or Glasgow to the ports of Southampton as a cheap alternative to flying there and back. The Boat Train has now finished for reasons not known yet but we hope it makes a return some time? It ran from April 2011 to December 2012.
The Glasgow meet-up was incredible. So many technically minded people. We did get booted out of the Subway sandwich shop in the politest way possible and then spent the next 8 hours across the road in one of the rooms in a large super-bar. Good food, drink and company. Many of those present reinforced my belief that there's more than one type of human, and some of us are designated as engineers from birth, with a brain optimised for designing, building, programming and maintaining. I'm looking forward to the next meet-up. Thanks again to all those who brought gifts. It's notable that the knife is intriguing in that it's got a very precisely engineered blade. It's surprisingly light and VERY sharp. I'm actually wary of using it in case I damage it's perfect blade. The pendant is appare...
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67006 heads north from Penrith with 1Z23 Southampton to Glasgow Central special Cruise Saver Express run by Barrhead Travel and DBS. The stock is formed mainly of ex Virgin Mk2's and most if not all have pretty bad wheelflats as you will hear!!
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Filmed on my phone due to dead camera so not great or full length but got what i could as listed. 47828 and 47853 on 1Z90 Southampton Eastern Docks to Glasgow Central 1E44 1243 Reading to York Cross Country Class 220 or 221 Passing on Platform 3 5V06 1253 Tyseley L.M.D. to Birmingham New Street 3 x Class 170's stopping to let of crewe on a long ECS move.
DRS 47805 and 47802 are seen passing Metal Bridge near Gretna Jn, they were running about 45 late on this evening 14th September and look to be doing their best to make up some time!! Must be the fastest I've ever seen a 47 go!
67030 departs Eastleigh on the: 5Z92 07:00 Stewarts Lane to Bournemouth ----------------------------------------------- 67003 heads east through Eastleigh on the: 1Z92 11:39 Bournemouth to Basingstoke ----------------------------------------------- 47828 & 47802 head west through Eastleigh on the: 1Z64 05:46 Glasgow Central to Southampton Western Docks ----------------------------------------------- Friday 21st October 2011
Getting up at 3.30 am I was picked up by Ernie at 5am and we arrived at Milton Keynes at 5,35am. Boarding the 6.22 Pendolino we arrived at Glasgow at 10.34am where we met Les and boarded the 10.46 Scotrail to Whifflet. Kenny was waiting to greet us on the platform. From here we did a couple of trips through Mossend yard to Motherwell and back. Here we purchased a cuppa and rolls from the cafe bar just outside the station entrance. Kenny then drove us to Holytown for the afternoon.About 4.30pm we split with Kenny and Les and made our way back to Glasgow central for an hour or so. Our Pendo left at 6.40pm and we arrived back in Milton Keynes at 11.30. I was home for midnite and really, really tired. ZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.. Thanks to everyone who helped to make this day so very rewarding.
InterCity (or, in the earliest days, the hyphenated Inter-City) was introduced by British Rail in 1966 as a brand-name for its long-haul express passenger services (see British Rail brand names for a full history). In 1986 the British Railways Board divided its operations into a number of sectors (sectorisation). The sector responsible for long-distance express trains assumed the brand-name InterCity, although many routes that were previously operated as InterCity services were assigned to other sectors (e.g. London to King's Lynn services were transferred to the commuter sector Network SouthEast). British Rail first used the term Inter-City in 1950 as the name of a train running between London Paddington and Wolverhampton Low Level. This was part of an overall policy of introducing new tr...