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In 1981 Scotland is still home to lots of loco hauled trains.
|Glasgow Queen Street to Oban, Fort William and Mallaig||Quite reliably solid Eastfield 37s. |
Although some 27s are still to be found and the odd no heat 37.
Class 20s may be used to rescue failures.
|Glasgow Queen Street - Dundee||Boilered Eastfield 27s|
can also produced other type 2's, 37's, 40's, 47's and single type 1s can stand in and rescue.
|Aberdeen - Inverness||Boilered Inverness 27s|
Stand ins and rescue could be 47s, 40s and other type 2s.
|Inverness - Wick/Thurso & Kyle of Lochalsh||Boilered Inverness 26s|
|Stranraer||Eastfield boilered 27s on daily return working to Kilmarnock, but 25s are quite regulary had too, very occasional 37's or 40's
Keep an eye on the Tees Yard to Stranraer speedlink service in the early hours of the morning if you are at Carlisle, as this engine sometimes works the mid-morning Stranraer to Kilmarnock service.
|Perth||Keep and eye on |
0105 Perth - Aberdeen (Inverness 26)
|Glasgow - Carlisle (via GSW)||Keep and eye on |
0840 Carlisle - Glasgow Central (Class 25)
|Internal Sleeper Services||47s - Haymarket or Eastfield, pairs of Type 2's or 40's can appear
Euston sleepers are Eth 47's,
|Internal Motorail Services
Can be anything ! pairs of Type 2's, 37's, 40's, + 47's, can also drop mixed pairs including 20's
|The 20:55 Kensington Olympia to Stirling service seems to kick out ED/ML 20's midweek, also the 10:55 Kenny O to Perth (usually on a Weds/Thursday)
Perth motorails are generally ML 37's, as are some Inverness motorails.