Starting with Cammy missing the turn off on the motorway along to Cowdenbeath while driving with Cameron and Johnny to meet me. There are no longer any railways in the Crook of Devon, but it’s definitely a good 13 miles away from where I was, waiting to head to our photospot at Lumphinnans Farm. But no worry, with a quick few phone calls, directions given and some praying that the railtour didn’t run early, Cammy and the others made it to the location while grabbing me along the way. In hindsight, we probably could have left this part of the journey out, as the weather was dreadful. Five shades of dull lingered over the range of Fife, and it did worry us for later in the day. But soon enough, the sound of Ian Riley’s 1T57 survivor making her way out up the Cowdenbeath climb towards us could be heard, and we watched her round the corner at Lumphinnans and towards us…only to shut off 100 yards in front of us. But, we couldn’t dwell on that for too long. We had planned in a quick dash and splash for petrol and snacks at Asdas in Halbeath, and then we were back on the road down to Culross near Kincardine for “The Great Marquess”.
For Cammy's Day 6-8 Video : The Great Britain VI - Day 6 & 8