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Banbury, England

(map) Banbury is a few miles north of Oxford.

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Banbury, England
June 22, 2009 We went to Oxford for a couple of hours in the afternoon and were graced with the unexpected arrival of the Tornado, Britain's freshly built steam engine.
June 19, 2009 We headed from High Wycombe up to Barnetby, a busy freight location every trainspotter we met told us we had to visit.
June 23, 2007 We caught a Virgin train in the early afternoon at Edinburgh, Scotland and made for High Wycombe, England. On the way I tried to shoot anything interesting, catching my second Class 37 and my only Class 57 of the trip. Somehow we managed to see two of the rare Class 67s but were not able to shoot either of them in time. We transferred at Leamington Spa and made the whole trip in a little under seven hours.

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