'K1' Mogul 2005 heads a Fort William-Glasgow railtour away from Bridge of Orchy (on Scotland's famous West Highland Line) on a stunning winter's afternoon. Scanned K25 tranny.
In (very authentic) damp and overcast conditions, 45407 performs a runpast around the famous Horseshoe Curve on Scotland's magnificent West Highland Line, between Bridge of Orchy and Upper Tyndrum... (more)
One of EPS's small fleet of 37s, on hire to Freightliner, heads the short lived flow of aluminum slabs from Fort William to Coatbridge, near Glasgow, over Auch Viaduct, at the apex of the Horsesho... (more)
3-cylinder 'K4' class 'The Great Marquess' heads a Fort William to Glasgow excursion around the horseshoe on Scotland's superb West Highland Line. The K4s were built with the West Highland in mind... (more)
Passengers on the overnight London-Fort William sleeping car service must think London is on another planet as they wake up to the stunning West Highland line scenery. And for once it's not rainin... (more)
A Scottish Railway Preservation Society railtour over the West Highland Line climbs past Achallader on its outward journey to Fort William. Soon the train will be crossing the wild, desolate, beau... (more)
The annual May Scottish Railway Preservation Society railtour over the West Highland Line to Mallaig accelerates away from Bridge of Orchy. Class 47s, once so common all over Britain, are relative... (more)
The overnight London-Fort William sleeping car service growls away from Bridge of Orchy behind one of the charismatic vintage English Electric 'tractors', sadly no longer a regular part of the Wes... (more)
Passengers on the overnight 'Beds' (sleeping car service from London) wake up to scenery like this. About another 2 hours to go till jorney's end. Sadly the growling class 37's reign on these serv... (more)
A weekend 'luxury land cruise' heads for Fort William on Scotland's unforgettable West Highland Line.
Scotland's amazing West Highland line at its best in spring sunshine. A driver training trip with an EMD/Alstom class 67, which are soon to replace class 37s on this scenic line.
The northbound Fort William sleepers, or 'beds' as local railfans call them, on Scotland's magnificent West Highland Line. The 37s are coming to the end of their working lives on this service.