DBS Class 66 No 66 185 was in charge of the 7Z44 move from Elgin to Millerhill (or was it Mossend?) via Inverness Millburn Yard.
A portrait of the nag of the day in in Nairn – all clean and shiny for a change.
Shortly after departure from Nairn – the train of 14 OTA timber wagons passes Delnies on the last part of the run to Inverness.
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