Flow Country flow: large diameter pipes for the oil industry started moving by rail again from Hartlepool to Georgemas in late February. The pipes were longer than those moved previously and required spacer flats between the wagons carrying the pipes, due to the overhang at each end; there were only two pipes per wagon. No 66099 is seen crossing Slateford Viaduct on 26 February on its way to Mossend, where it then waited before leaving that evening for its run north to Inverness and then down the Far North line to Georgemas early the following day. Ian Lothian