In the Bay Platform was No. 6 'Percy' and No. 1 'Thomas' (Coltness Iron Works No.1 'Lord Roberts'), both locos remained here for the duration of our visit.
The service was operated by Caledonian Railway 439 class No 419 and National Coal Board Fife Area no 19 (both minus their Thomas faces), which operated the hourly service up to Birkhill (where there was a bouncy castle, catering van and tent with entertainer set up) and back.
Meanwhile at Bo'ness, N.C.B. no. 6 was seen shunting a demonstration goods train up and down the run round loop. The Museum was also open as was the display shed so there was plenty to see.
|"Thomas the tank engine" aka No 1 'Lord Roberts' seen at the "Day Out with Thomas" event at Bo'ness 11.5.19||Caledonian Railway 439 class no 419 and National Coal Board Fife Area no 19 run round their train at Brikhill to form the 11.00am 'Day Out with Thomas' special service to Bo'ness||National Coal Board Fife Area No 19 and Caledonian Railway 439 class no 419 prepare to double head the 11.00am 'Day Out with Thomas' special service from Birkhill - Bo'ness|
|Caledonian Railway 439 class no 419 and National Coal Board Fife Area no 19 approach Birkhill as they double head the 11.30am 'Day Out with Thomas' special service from Bo'ness - Birkhill||Caledonian Railway 439 class no 419 and National Coal Board Fife Area no 19 run round their train prior to double heading the 12.30pm 'Day Out with Thomas' special service from Bo'ness - Birkhill||N.C.B. No 6 works a demonstration freight run along the run round loop at Bo'ness Station||LNER D40 Class No 49 'Gordon Highlander' at Bo'ness|
|Glasgow Subway no 55 at Bo'ness||LNER J36 65243 on display at the Scottish Railway Museum, Bo'ness||LNER Gresley K4 61994, "The Great Marquess" is seen on display in the museum at Bo'ness|
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