The Next Phase (26th January 2002)

Mons :


202.020 "Ready to roll".

Monceau Formation :


5135 & 202.020 together.

Monceau Formation :


5135 & 202.020 .

Photo : Jo van Doren

Monceau Formation :


7313 at the rear of the train.

 
Forchies-la-Marche :


7313 leading.

Photo : Eddie Goens

Fontaine l'Eveque :


7313 in the sun!

 
Fontaine l'Eveque :


5135 and 202.020 in more shaded conditions.

Photo : Jo Van Doren

Vierney :


202.020 is steaming well.

Heading towards Cockeries d'Anderlues :


7313 negotiates a farm crossing.

Photo : Jo Van Doren

Heading away from Cockeries d'Anderlues :


5135 & 202.020 leading.

Photo : Jo Van Doren

Heading away from Cockeries d'Anderlues :


7313 on the rear.

Photo : Steven "Ronnie" Wuyts

La Villette :


Super-power "up front" !!

La Villette :


Four locos, four coaches!

Photo : Duncan Jennings

Marcinelle :


7305 leads 5135 & 202.020

Photo : Steven "Ronnie" Wuyts

 

Charleroi Sud :


Time for some wedding photos!!

near Tamines :


202.020 crossing the river Sambre. 

Photo : Steven "Ronnie" Wuyts

Aisemont :


Almost to the end of the line.

Aisemont :


202.020

Photo : Jo Van Doren

Aisemont :


202.020 in profile.

Photo : Duncan Jennings

Aisemont line :


Brief photo-stop en-route back to Tamines.

approaching Bouffioulx :


5135 leads on-route to BK4500

Photo : Steven "Ronnie" Wuyts

Bouffioulx :


5135 heads off towards BK4500

Photo : Jo Van Doren

BK4500 :


Question - how close to the end of the line can you get?

BK4500 :


Answer - about this far....
(the Webmaster illustrates)!

Photo : Duncan Jennings

Mons :


Home, at the end of an excellent day out.


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