The expansion of the Trent Valley mainline from 2 tracks to 4 through the Tamworth triangle has been controversial and protracted; now nearly completed, all that remains is for the overhead line engineers to finish the electrification of the new lines - or knitting, as the railwaymen call it. This Windhoff catenery fitting train is affectionately known as a knitting machine, and it was proceeding to the worksite at a stately walking pace.
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Photo taken in Fisherwick, Staffordshire, UK
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