Today’s transport poster:
BLUE TRAINS FOR SERVICE (1960)
Cuneo’s depiction of Glasgow’s new BR suburban electric "Blue Trains", with their wide side windows and forward views past the driver. Note the clanking old steam loco and Clyde tug, for ancient vs modern comparison.

70814 accelerates through Hartwood with 6B34 Viewpark - Oxwellmains cement 14.9.18 https://t.co/sRpCyllPCQ

A photo #4pmfinish today with this pic from Flickr user Gerald Nicholl, giving us that #FridayFeeling! #Friyay 🚂📷😁

Stay at #ShingleHouse in #Dungeness and you can admire the @RHDR miniature railway right at the end of the garden. Midweek and weekend dates available for holidays in October - December, including the Christmas period. https://t.co/WVaEMEGLCy

Over 100 riders, across 8 stages - The OVO Energy Tour of Britain has been simply brilliant. Roll on next year! 🚴🏻‍♂️🚴🏻‍♂️🚴🏻‍♂️

Following a catastrophic failure in service, here are the body and bogies of 45054 outside the north west end of Toton depot on April 21st 1985 where she was a valuable source of spares and was worth so much to the depot to keep the 45s running.

Pic Mike Kerry/Peak Locomotives

This morning at #Egham: GBRf 66780, in its shiny new Cemex livery, on its way from Eastleigh Works to Doncaster Works Wagon Sidings (5E08). I think it looks great! @GBRailfreight

66740 passes through Dalmeny with 5Z65 Bo'ness - Aberdeen Clayhills ECS working 14.9.18 https://t.co/BLfhKy1e9L

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