As the morning draws to a close, we hope that you have enjoyed the blogging so far, but this page is getting quite long, Click Here and join us for part 2 of our live blog
5820 and 85 Double head the train to Oxenhope, seen here arriving at Oakworth
No 85 and 5820 can be seen working hard leaving Keighley,
We should get another picture of them at Oakworth shortly
Don’t forget, the Winter Steam Gala is on throughout today and all day tomorrow, see the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway website for more information.
Here is 43924 arriving at Oakworth, and ‘parked’ on the crossing whilst the passengers alight.
Just before they arrived at Damems, 43924 passed through bound for Oxenhope
And the pair are seen here leaving Damems
Meanwhile back at Oakworth, 85 and 5820 double head the next train to Keighley
Here is a nice picture of the station at Damems, not a train in sight 🙂 The station is famous for featuring in the TV Series Born & Bred
Meanwhile at Damems, 43924 and 1054 depart for Keighley,
5820 arrives at Oakworth bound for Oxenhope
Such a long train, that 1054 hasn’t even made it to the crossing
The Jubilee Bar in the middle of the long train
No. 43924 Arrives at Oakworth bound for Keighley with 1054 on the rear
Loco 1054 Arrives at Oxenhope
Here is a picture of 5820 at Oakworth Level Crossing, just before it passes 1054 as shown in the post below
Just prior to arriving at Oakworth, 1054 passes 5820 at the Loop just above Damems station
1054 arrives at Oakworth with the Vintage Carriage set
1054 all ready to depart Keighley with the first train at 09:00
1054 at Ingrow, collecting the carriages for the first trip from Keighley
And here is another shot at Haworth
Time to go find some carriages!
A whole array of engines in steam at Haworth, all ready for the busy day ahead, picture to follow shortly.
We have arrived!
That’s all the posts for this evening. Join us again tomorrow morning around 7am, when we will begin our live blog of the days events.
If your planning on visiting the KWVR Gala tomorrow or on Sunday, then you can download the full working timetable with details of all the trains here
With around 12 hours to go until the first movements of the day, we are very much looking forward to the event, and a first for us, blogging about it, as the day unfolds!