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(Above-Below) Established in 1887, the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railways's Horwich Works had a long proud history of locomotive construction, the first to roll off the production line being John Aspinall's 2-4-2T No 1008 in 1889, now preserved at the National Railway Museum.

Richard had earlier in the day photographed its outward working at Lydgate viaduct when it was banked up the gradient by a WD 2-8-0.

This is Sonning Cutting, just east of Reading; a popular spot for serious students of railway photography, particularly Maurice W Earley, whose shots of GWR steam are legendary; indeed there is much evidence of his numerous visits to Sonning...dotted along the top of the retaining wall are mysterious holes made by the legs of his heavy tripod which are still visible today...

A publisher would be hard pressed to find a more deserving photo for a double-page spread than this one, however due to an error on my part (there were no details identifying the photographer on the reverse of the photo) I wrongly attributed the photo to Alan Parkin The photo is copyrighted to Richard S Greenwood, who explains that it is from one of his own negatives (Ref HC22) and shows B1 61017 Bushbuck working train 1N55.

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