Compliments Of The Season

I don’t care what the Weatherman say’s if the weatherman say’s it’s raining…

Which is exactly what the forecast for the Holiday Season is, so here is a wet Castle Douglas station with a Class 47 to wish you All the Best 🙂

Castle Douglas

image from Railworks



  1. Happy Christmas Martin, enjoy the holidays, it is raining out here too … storms and showers tomorrow …. wishing you all peace and joy from the South, Christine x

  2. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Have a great time. 🙂

  3. Wishing you and your family all the best this holiday season, too, Martin!
    And a very happy 2013 as well, sir!

  4. And Martin, may you have a great one and a fabulous new year..;)

  5. Oh, you charmer. Phil has just gone into ecstasies over the class 47. That is one highly individual Christmas card, with real-life weather thrown in! Thank you! Hope you and the family are having a fabulous Christmas hols, Martin.

  6. At least your great train looks as though it is running Martin, we have had all sorts of fun and games with cancellations etc because of the rain. Whatever!

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year wishes to you all Martin!

    • When mother nature chooses to flex her muscles I’m afraid that railway routes which follow river valleys will always be a risk – Cowley Bridge junction to the north of Exeter is a classic for flooding; and that’s despite the Exwick Flood Channel which was completed in 1977! At least we don’t normally get hurricanes – though that’s no compensation for those who are flood victims 😦 Of course, railworks trains don’t suffer from these natural annoyances 😉

      You have a great time Patti – my best wishes to you and your’s for 2013.

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