Decribed by the photographer as a 'Load of old Bullocks', this view was captured on 15 August 2022, when a large Balfour Beatty Kirow diesel-hydrauliccrane, No. DRK 81611 Malcolm L Pearce, was formed train 6N60, the 18.02 Eastleigh East Yard to Kew Bridge, which was routed via the Arun Valley line in West Sussex. The engineer's train was powered by red liveried DB Cargo Class 66 No. 66149, which is seen passing the hamlet of Warningcamp, just north of Arundel, shortly after a herd of bullocks had escaped from a nearby field and were determined to get in the picture! John Vaughan
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