North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group

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The Jacobite

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Summer is here and the K1 is once again hauling the Jacobite on the West Highland Extension. For more information about The Jacobite, including the link to the West Coast site for booking, see "What's on".

Crossing the River Lochy. On the left is the ruin of Inverlochy Castle, the exhaust obscures the view up Glen Nevis of the Mamores, and on the extreme right the support coach can be glimpsed in the Fort William yard - Colin Smith

On departing Fort William the new signal by the oil terminal indicates that the road to the Isles is set - Colin Smith

Climbing away from Glenfinnan Station - Colin Smith

Starting the drag out of Mallaig with the return train - Colin Smith

On 4th June across the seaweed at Corpach - Iain Cordeux

Leaving Corpach reflected in the water - Iain Cordeux

Climbing from Glenfinnan to the summit - Iain Cordeux

Fireman Neal Woods takes a rest - Iain Cordeux

Onwards up to the summit - Iain Cordeux

7th June, the K1 at the depot ready for the crew - Iain Cordeux

Crossing the River Lochy with the Mamores in the background - Iain Cordeux

Through the corridor of trees along the side of Loch Eil - Iain Cordeux

Climbing to the summit - Iain Cordeux

Last Updated on Friday, 19 July 2013 17:43