At long last an important gap has been filled, as I had never seen a member of the famous and handsomely proportioned former LMS 'Jubilee' Class until today, when double chimneyed No. 45596 'Bahamas' passed through Putney en route to Weymouth. Workings in the South have been rare pic.twitter.com/hdfoEM0kA9
Remembering Marine James Wright, 42 Commando Royal Marines, wounded by an enemy grenade at Checkpoint Kamiabi, on 5th August 2011, died of his wounds later the same day at Camp Bastion, Helmand Province, Afghanistan aged 22. James was from Weymouth.