Arriving a little earlier in Brixton than expected (so I missed its approach) was this chartered steam-hauled train, hauled by BR standard class 7 70000 Britannia.
The loco had been repainted since I last saw it thunder through Brixton in April, when it sported a moody black look.
The train curves towards Victoria, passing over Brixton railway station, with the distinctive six sided clock tower of Bradys to the right.
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2 Comments on “Britannia 7000 loco steams through Brixton, south London”
Good pics of Britannia. Would you disclose the location of where you took them? I was on the platform at Brixton – to find the train pass over the high level bridge!
Hi. They were taken from Southwyck House on Coldharbour Lane, which overlooks the line.