anybloodythingever:

This is politics, not EastEnders! 

Oh god I love this so much.

And is that Angela?! (Another specials to series 3 casualty, RIP)

Absolutely love this! :-) Is that Cliff (or is it Elvis?) putting in an appearance beside Hugh in the portraits?

48151 Gauge O Guild crosses the River Mite estuary at Ravenglass, the viaduct prominent, with the returning “Lakelander” charter from Ravenglass to Northampton, August 13, 2011.

48151 Gauge O Guild crosses the River Mite estuary at Ravenglass, the viaduct prominent, with the returning “Lakelander” charter from Ravenglass to Northampton, August 13, 2011.

48151 Gauge O Guild departing Ravenglass with “The Lakelander” to Northampton, passing Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway locomotive River Esk, 1/3 scale but 20 years older than its full size cousin! August 13, 2011.

48151 Gauge O Guild departing Ravenglass with “The Lakelander” to Northampton, passing Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway locomotive River Esk, 1/3 scale but 20 years older than its full size cousin! August 13, 2011.

48151 Gauge O Guild approaches Ravenglass with the returning ECS of “The Lakelander” from Sellafield, prior to the return leg of the charter to Northampton, August 13, 2011.

48151 Gauge O Guild approaches Ravenglass with the returning ECS of “The Lakelander” from Sellafield, prior to the return leg of the charter to Northampton, August 13, 2011.

48151 Gauge O Guild, working The Lakelander charter for Statesman Rail, returning from Ravenglass to Wolverhampton, August 6, 2011.

TOP - 48151 passes Whitriggs Bridge, south of Seascale, with Sellafield nuclear plant on the horizon, running with the empty coaching stock from Sellafield to Ravenglass.

BOTTOM - 48151 crosses the River Esk at Eskmeals Viaduct, Newbiggin, a mile south of Ravenglass, with the returning charter train to Carnforth. Scafell, England’s second highest mountain at 3162 feet, is seen lurking in the background to the left.

37229 Jonty Jarvis and 37409 Lord Hinton with a rake of flask wagons at Linethwaite on 6C46 1237 Sellafield - Carlisle Kingmoor TMD, July 9, 2011.

37229 Jonty Jarvis and 37409 Lord Hinton with a rake of flask wagons at Linethwaite on 6C46 1237 Sellafield - Carlisle Kingmoor TMD, July 9, 2011.

37229 Jonty Jarvis and 37409 Lord Hinton pass Nethertown at speed with 6C46 1237 Sellafield - Carlisle Kingmoor TMD, heading northwards, July 9, 2011.

37229 Jonty Jarvis and 37409 Lord Hinton pass Nethertown at speed with 6C46 1237 Sellafield - Carlisle Kingmoor TMD, heading northwards, July 9, 2011.

37602 and 37218 pass Linethwaite, south of Whitehaven, with the diverted 6C53 0630 Crewe Coal Sidings - Sellafield flasks, seen from Low Walton, with the Irish Sea and the Solway Firth visible in the distance, July 9, 2011.

37602 and 37218 pass Linethwaite, south of Whitehaven, with the diverted 6C53 0630 Crewe Coal Sidings - Sellafield flasks, seen from Low Walton, with the Irish Sea and the Solway Firth visible in the distance, July 9, 2011.

37682 and 37229 Jonty Jarvis approach St Bees with 6M60 1325 Seaton-on-Tees Power Station - Sellafield flasks, July 11, 2011.

37682 and 37229 Jonty Jarvis approach St Bees with 6M60 1325 Seaton-on-Tees Power Station - Sellafield flasks, July 11, 2011.

The massive Sellafield nuclear plant provides a backdrop for 20309 and 20308 as they head north at Nethertown with the evening’s 6C46 1936 Sellafield - Carlisle Kingmoor TMD flasks, July 13, 2011.

The massive Sellafield nuclear plant provides a backdrop for 20309 and 20308 as they head north at Nethertown with the evening’s 6C46 1936 Sellafield - Carlisle Kingmoor TMD flasks, July 13, 2011.

37218 and 37229 Jonty Jarvis depart from Sellafield, heading north, with the diverted 6K73 1440 Sellafield - Crewe Coal Sidings, July 13, 2011.

37218 and 37229 Jonty Jarvis depart from Sellafield, heading north, with the diverted 6K73 1440 Sellafield - Crewe Coal Sidings, July 13, 2011.

37038 and 20308 skirt the western seaboard of the Cumbrian Coast, passing Nethertown, with St Bees Head visible behind on the left, as they head south with 6M60 1325 Seaton-on-Tees Power Station - Sellafield flasks, July 18, 2011.

37038 and 20308 skirt the western seaboard of the Cumbrian Coast, passing Nethertown, with St Bees Head visible behind on the left, as they head south with 6M60 1325 Seaton-on-Tees Power Station - Sellafield flasks, July 18, 2011.

20308 and 20309 head south into the Pow Beck valley at Linethwaite, leaving Whitehaven behind with the diverted 6C53 0630 Crewe Coal Sidings - Sellafield nuclear flask working, seen here at Linethwaite, July 12, 2011.

20308 and 20309 head south into the Pow Beck valley at Linethwaite, leaving Whitehaven behind with the diverted 6C53 0630 Crewe Coal Sidings - Sellafield nuclear flask working, seen here at Linethwaite, July 12, 2011.

37685 Loch Arkaig sits on the blocks at Lymington Pier shortly before midnight, having worked in with Spitfire Railtours’ “Routes & Branches 1” charter from London Paddington, July 15, 2011.

37685 Loch Arkaig sits on the blocks at Lymington Pier shortly before midnight, having worked in with Spitfire Railtours’ “Routes & Branches 1” charter from London Paddington, July 15, 2011.

67013 Dyfrbont Pontcysyllte arrives at Ravenglass with the Three Peaks Challenge by Rail charter for The Railway Children charity, crossing the River Mite viaduct, June 24, 2011. The train originated at London Euston the previous day, worked north to Bangor for the participants to climb Snowdon, then headed north overnight to Ravenglass via Carlisle.

67013 Dyfrbont Pontcysyllte arrives at Ravenglass with the Three Peaks Challenge by Rail charter for The Railway Children charity, crossing the River Mite viaduct, June 24, 2011. The train originated at London Euston the previous day, worked north to Bangor for the participants to climb Snowdon, then headed north overnight to Ravenglass via Carlisle.