Saturday, 8 December 2012

Old rite train

This is locomotive 34067 'Tangmere' crossing the River Adur at Shoreham at 9.20 this morning. A chilly morning, with the river at nearly low tide.


If you look at the movie full size, you should clearly see the neo-gothic Lancing College chapel and the much-filmed art-deco Shoreham Airport terminal building which often appears on period productions (often standing for Croydon Airport) and dramas, such as Poirot. At the end of the train is a diesel locomotive; not to push, but to provide heating for the carriages.

(okay, perhaps not so clear; the precision lost something in the uploading—you'll have to take my word for it!)


Singalong said...

"Letters for the rich, letters for the poor,
The shop at the corner, the girl nexr door". ?

Mick said...

I presume this is the "Bullied Pacific" old rite.

I further deduct that the diesel locomotive, of the new rite, is there for "mutual enrichment" !

Fr William R. Young said...

Ah, steam liturgy! But nostalgia ain't what it used to be. The diesel!