Blue Class 20s bring back ‘Skeggy’ holiday memories

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Heading east, the two veterans are seen passing Attenborough, near Nottingham. Photo: GAVIN THOMSON

Happy memories of Class 20s on summer-dated holiday trains to Skegness were rekindled on May 27 when Pathfinder Tours took a pair of blue EE Type 1s back to the Lincolnshire coast. 

Harry Needle Railroad Co Nos. 20096 and 20107, usually hired to GB Railfreight for London Underground ‘S’ stock movements, took charge of the train from Derby, running via Nottingham and Sleaford. 

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