The WC took over most of Britain’s freight railroad lines in 1996, forming the English, Welsh & Scottish Railway. We visit 6 of Britain’s hot spots to see the new operation: Milford Junction for coal and EMD class 59s, Warrington on the electrified west Coast main, Peak Forest for stone, Barnetby with its arrays of semaphores, one of the busiest spots in the country, Colton Junction, where the Leeds line joins the electrified East Coast main and Newport for steel and new EMD class 66s. Exciting high density railroading, with freights mixed up with 125 mph passenger trains.
English Welsh & Scottish Railway
The WC took over most of Britain’s freight railroad lines in 1996, forming the English, Welsh & Scottish Railway.
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