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34067 ‘Tangmere’ at speed through Chelmsford station. The Cathedrals Express.


This is the ‘Southern Region West Country Class and Battle of Britain Class steam locomotive, 34067 ‘Tangmere’ at full steam heading north through Chelmsford Railway Station (UK) on December 8th 2009 with the Cathedrals Express Carol Concert Special to Ely Cambridgeshire for an afternoon carol concert in the Cathedral there. Designed by Oliver Bulleid, 34067 entered service in September 1947 and was withdrawn in November 1963. Out of a batch of 110 locomotives 20 still exist in preservation but 34067 is the only one certified for mainline metals use. Tangmere was a late replacement for A4 60019 ‘Bittern’ on this railtour as that locomotive has route availability issues on the line between Ipswich and Bury St. Edmunds. This is a first for me.. never seen Tangmere before.

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CATHEDRALS EXPRESS at Woking, Surrey


LMS 44932 7th December 2010……………..12 coaches on and leaking steam but pulling well.

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70000 Britannia – The Cathedrals Express -12/04/12


Filmed from the bottom of Upton Scudamore Bank looking towards Westbury Station, BR Britannia Class 4-6-2 No.70000 Britannia powers through Westbury before taking the spur to Salisbury and the beginning the climb upto Warminster.

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Black Five 44932, The Cathedrals Express to Sherbourne, 7th Dec 2010


Preserved ex-LMS steam loco no 44932, a Stanier “Black 5” 4-6-0, pulls The Cathedrals Express, a special excursion train by Steam Dreams, from London to Sherbourne on 7th December 2010. The Black 5 was a very successful loco. Based on the GWR “Hall” class, 842 were eventually built between 1934 and 1951. 44932 was built in 1945 and was one of the few locos rescued from scrapping. We see the loco making a noisy departure from Staines as it crosses the River Thames, and then 40 minutes later leaving Woking a bit more quietly, as it had a red signal awaiting it.

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Battle of Britain Class 34067 Tangmere on the Cathedrals Express at Salisbury 06/10/2011


I’ve just reliesed this is my 200th Video on youtube! 34067 Tangmere returns to Salisbury for a Cathedrals Express first time since 30th June for a cathedrals express, Seen arrving at Salisbury 15mins late and departs again. 34067 arrives bang on time for the return journey did not leave again 15mins after. Enjoy

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(HD) 34067 Tangmere ‘The Cathedrals Express Carol Concert Special’ 16.12.08


On the 16th December 2008, Bullied Pacific Battle of Britain Class 34067 ‘Tangmere’ hauled ‘The Cathedrals Express Carol Concert Special’. Seen on both outward and return journeys we see her belting along at Winnersh station, just east of Reading. Sorry this is so late, have been so incredibly busy lately. PS. Please excuse the wrong working on the first clip, it’s me getting used to new editing software!

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