Following the failure of 90024 at Edinburgh with pantograph issues, prior to working the 20:44 Inverness to London Euston Caledonian Sleeper, GBRf Class 66/7 No. 66710 'Phil Packer' was used to pilot the train forward along with Class 67 No. 67004 'Cairn Gorm'. The train was finally terminated at Milton Keynes, some 3 hours late, due to 66710 failing with coolant loss. Class 92 No. 92010 worked light engine from Wembley to take the train forward, as to Wembley Inter City Depot, which is seen here passing Headstone Lane on 29th July 2015.
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