DRS Class 66/4 No. 66433 with 11:24 Daventry DRS Tesco - South Bank Tees Dock is just stopping for drivers relief on the avoiding line at York Yard North. The drivers transport to and from location being the car in foreground. Due to strike day this is one of amended freight workings. The train is at Yard North, to the left is the ECML curving round from station, above the train is remains of York yard still with some sidings with stored wagons. This site is known as York Central to be developed with houses etc when road access over (ECML or Avoiding) line to site is built. Also involved in this is the combining of two sites of Railway Museum and closure of Leeman Road just agreed by York City Council. In the background can be seen the Rail Operations Centre and to the right is York Works with RHTT vehicles outside where turntable also located on 20th August 2022.
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