Wandering Willie Scottish - highland and lowland Assorted locomotives Steam in Action Portrait of Steam Caledonian "439" class 0-4-4T no 55234 poses cheekily with BR 9F 92152 at Carlisle Kingmoor, 1 August 1959 "Top Shed" - A3s and A4s nos. 60039 "Sandwich", 60010 "Dominion of Canada", 60033 "Seagull" and 60038 "Firdaussi" look fully fit for purpose, 4 October 1959 The other extreme! Another Caley 0-4-4T, clearly at Ballachulish, probably late 1959 or early 1960 B1 no 61140 is going well, at (I think) Inverkeithing Classic small British 0-6-0, beautifully proportioned J36 no. 65288 looks very well at its home deport of Dunfermline. It had been “adopted” late in life by Dunfermline High School Railway Society; quite why the front buffers don’t match is anyone’s guess A Clayton diesel lurks; they didn't last quite as long as the 1888-designed locomotive...) LMS Fairburn 2-6-4T no 42086 and an unidentified "Black 5" at Birkenhead Woodside Caprotti-fitted Standard 5 no 73151 was a St Rollox engine - however, I'm led to believe that it's probably at Carstairs Polmadie-based 42058, another Fairburn tank, poses at Lanark station, in the days before the wires... Portrait of Steam BR Standard class 4 2-6-0 no 76046 has ventured out to Renfrew, and has just passed the Simons-Lobnitz shipyard. Yoker power station, just across the Clyde, forms the backdrop Scot no. 46152 "The King's Dragoon Guardsman" poses at Carlisle Portrait of Steam