A Wayside Works Beyer "Ilfracombe Goods" 0-6-0 tendered steam locomotive, in plain black livery, hauls coal wagons from Radstock to Frome during a Demonstration Goods run on Alternative North Somerset Railway Steam Workshop route. One climb proved quite a challenge. As great a challenge was a long decline, the loco having no train brake, thus relying on its handbrake (and at one point putting the reverser in reverse and cranking up the regulator. Only after the fact did I recall that I might have utilized the brake van: All these are from early in the (relatively short) run. I grabbed a number of captures beyond this point. All were found wanting, and unceremoniously deleted. A DT Johnson 4-4-4T in North Stafffordshire Railway livery, hauling a rake of Wayside Works NSR carriages, is seen departing Carlisle Station, just prior to closing cylinder drain cocks on a snowy winter morn. (Settle to Carlisle DTG route.) Strange as it might seem, I find myself viewing this image, full-screen, for minutes at a time. It affects me somehow, as no other TS capture of mine has, nice as some of them are. That said, I readily admit to a certain positive bias towards it.