Michael Laing (rock_dinosaur) wrote,
Michael Laing
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A Class 31 at Waverley and a wander around Pittencrieff Park


Brush Type 2 (Class 31) No. 31 190 GRYPHON stands at the west end of the former South Loop Siding, otherwise known as The Klondyke, at Waverley Station, Edinburgh, with a Network Rail HST power car and a Mk. II carriage, possibly en route to St. Rollox Works, Glasgow, on 12th April, 2005. A new platform has now been built over the line upon which the train is standing, and the loop has now been cut back to a buffer-ended siding at the east end of the station.


Brush Type 2 (Class 31) No. 31 190 GRYPHON stands at the west end of the former South Loop Siding, otherwise known as The Klondyke, at Waverley Station, Edinburgh, with a Network Rail HST power car and a Mk. II carriage, possibly en route to St. Rollox Works, Glasgow, on 12th April, 2005.


Brush Type 2 (Class 31) No. 31 190 GRYPHON stands at the west end of the former South Loop Siding, otherwise known as The Klondyke, at Waverley Station, Edinburgh, with a Network Rail HST power car and a Mk. II carriage, possibly en route to St. Rollox Works, Glasgow, on 12th April, 2005.


Brush Type 2 (Class 31) No. 31 190 GRYPHON stands at the west end of the former South Loop Siding, otherwise known as The Klondyke, at Waverley Station, Edinburgh, with a Network Rail HST power car and a Mk. II carriage, possibly en route to St. Rollox Works, Glasgow, on 12th April, 2005.


Brush Type 2 (Class 31) No. 31 190 GRYPHON stands at the west end of the former South Loop Siding, otherwise known as The Klondyke, at Waverley Station, Edinburgh, with a Network Rail HST power car and a Mk. II carriage, possibly en route to St. Rollox Works, Glasgow, on 12th April, 2005.


Dunfermline Abbey viewed from Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, Fife, 12th April, 2005.


Dunfermline Abbey viewed from Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, Fife, 12th April, 2005.


Dunfermline Abbey viewed from Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, Fife, 12th April, 2005.


Dunfermline Abbey viewed from the formal garden in Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, Fife, 12th April, 2005. I must make a point of coming here on a sunny midsummer day when the gardens are in full bloom.


The entrance to the formal garden at Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, Fife, 12th April, 2005.


Dunfermline Abbey and the massive walls of the ruined palace and the abbey refectory viewed from the formal garden in Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, Fife, 12th April, 2005.


South-eastward view towards the Forth Bridges and the Pentland Hills beyond, from Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, Fife, 12th April, 2005.


Peacocks in Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, 12th April, 2005.


Peacocks in Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, 12th April, 2005.
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