On the 13th March 1993 the only Class 26 to ever have worked along the Calder Valley Route is captured at Horbury Bridge. Class 26s Nos. 26003 & 26005 double head 'The Cumbrian Tynesider' from York to Carlisle.
Peter Marsh       


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