Michael Laing (rock_dinosaur) wrote,
Michael Laing
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Trains at Inverkeithing Central Junction


Passing an English Electric Type 1 (Class 20) on the left which has recently arrived at Inverkeithing Yard, then-new Class 254 HST No. 254 003 comes off the line from Kirkcaldy at Inverkeithing Central Junction and heads towards the Forth Bridge and Edinburgh during January 1979.


Passing an English Electric Type 1 (Class 20) on the left which has recently arrived at Inverkeithing Yard, an English Electric Type 4 (Class 40) comes off the line from Kirkcaldy and heads southwards with a train of track-panels at Inverkeithing Central Junction during January 1979.


A Brush Type 4 (Class 47) takes the main line to Kirkcaldy and Dundee at Inverkeithing Central Junction with a northbound express during January 1979.
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