During the week commencing 4th July there was a daily departure from Ribblehead Virtual Quarry conveying aggregates to Hunslet near Leeds using a rake oJNA wagons. The empties arrived around 8.30 am and loading was undertaken ahead of a departure around 1pm. Each day GBRf Class 66/7 No. 66784 Keighley and Worth Valley Railway was utilised and loaded train is seen easing out of the siding at Ribblehead on 5th July 2022, with the 12.53 Ribblehead Virtual Quarry - Hunslet Tilcon, which will proceed to Blea Moor for the locomotive to run round before proceeding south to Leeds.
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