Class 37s meet at Bescot, near Walsall. 37055 rolls into the yard as we wait to depart on loco 37671. Seen in 1998.
Built in 1940 the former London Underground trains running on the Isle of Wight's 'Island Line' are the oldest running in regular service in the UK and are due to be retired at the end of 2020.
70815 passes Newton Abbot West Junction hauling 6C35 05:16 Aberthaw Cement Works to Moorswater on Wednesday 14th October 2020
The Uk's newest mainline locomotive Tornado paid a visit to the Nene Valley railway in 2013. There was a need to turn the engine and this had to be done manually. Three volunteers work hard at tur... (more)
Horsies at the Bay: CP train 930 (run-through CN manifest to NS and ultimately Binghamton, NY) breezes along the infamous Willsboro Bay on a gorgeous October day. It sure was nice to capture a lat... (more)
Having arrived into platform 1 at Paignton (and not going into Goodrington Sidings) 37425 shunts over to platform 2 while working 0Z25 10:48 Laira to Plymouth via Penzance and Paignton on Thursday... (more)
The crew and guard of Beamish museum's train await passengers at the station on what was a very slow night
Black 5 heads away from Levisham with a train on a Matt Fisher charter
43304 passing Respryn.
A Class 150 crossing Largin Viaduct.
Black Five no 45212 approaches Banavie station, first stop after leaving Fort Williams, with the afternoon Jacobite service to Mallaig. In the background is Britain's tallest mountain, Ben Nevis
Black Five no 44871 works hard climbing away from Glenfinnan with the morning Jacobite service from Fort William to Mallaig.
Cumbrian Coast Express.London-Carlisle and return
Black Five no 44871 prepares to leave Mallaig station with the return working of the Jacobean to Fort William