9.00am in morning - first locos are already off shed. CCLR`s "Mountaineer" stands next to KLR`s "Owl" itself in front of KLR`s "Fox".
CCLR`s no. 24 being prepared in front of shed.
KLR`s 0-6-4 saddle tank loco, "Badger", runs down platform 2 having just taken water at shed.
0-4 + 4-0 articulated Kitson-Meyer outline, "Hawk", couples onto train in platform 3 ready for departure.
"Badger" seen in Skelmanthorpe station awaiting train to pass in other direction.
"Badger" emerges from the darkness of the Shelley Woodhouse tunnel..
.. on its return trip to Clayton West.
No. 24 seen edging its way into Skelmanthorpe station where it passes "Hawk" in loop.
Passengers have boarded, "Hawk" has departed and 24 gets under way for Shelley.
The KLR`s Hunslet outline 2-6-2 tank, "Fox", seen leaving Skelmanthorpe in a cloud of steam from cylinder drain cocks.
No. 24 emerges from a smoke filled tunnel and heads to Skelmanthorpe.
The KLR`s diesel "Jay" on a passenger train in cutting just after leaving tunnel.
Heading the other way, towards the tunnel, are "Mountaineer" and "Owl".
"Hawk" making a graceful exit of the tunnel as guard and footplate crew give a rearward look down the train.