Michael Laing (rock_dinosaur) wrote,
Michael Laing

A Class 25 passing Loughborough Road, Kirkcaldy

I actually can't remember whether this photo was taken by me or my father. Nor do I know the precise date, although as it's a winter scene and probably around the same time as my other self-processed railway photos, I'm guessing it was probably taken during the winter of 1978-'79.

An early-series Class 25, thought to be No. 25 019, heads southwards with a brake van at Loughborough Road, Kirkcaldy, Fife, on a winter's day circa 1979.
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