Still, gives me an excuse to publish another shot of railways as they should be.
Dong's comment in full:
"Before Bern the Lens has apoplexy and takes you to task I should point out that we were hauled from Kidderminster by ex GWR loco 4936, Kinlet Hall, not by the black 5 which hauled us on the return journey.
Ex GWR loco's are easily recognised by their distinctive copper clad funnels as in Bern's latest picture, also they have 4 figure numbers rather than 5 as when BR took over they realised that all the GWR number plates were made of brass rather than painted on and therefor expensive to replace.
There is of course the connection that the designer of the black 5 was Sir William . A. Stanier FRS, who originally worked for the GWR and took the design for their efficient tapered boiler with him to the LMS where he was chief mechanical engineer.
Glad you like the atmosphere but be careful on the detail, otherwise they'll 'ave ya !"