These venerable railbuses served the Welsh Valley lines from the 1990s until 2020. They have since been replaced.
142077 pauses at Cardiff Central station.
43131 arriving at Cardiff Central with a Swansea - London Paddington service.
The Class 800 units have entered service with Great Western Railway,and are gradually taking over the routes formerly operated by the Class 43 High Speed Trains.Here we see sets 800005 and 800031 ... (more)
Network Rails NMT (New Measurement Train) is a converted High Speed Train chock full of hi-tec computerised gadgetry which enable it to use lasers to inspect the track at 125mph.The train,known as... (more)
142010 has just left Pontypridd bound for Barry Island.
43053 approaching Cardiff Central.
Cardiff Central with two DMU's standing at the platforms.
A Freightliner Class 66 rolls through Cardiff Central running light.
A Class 170 DMU at Cardiff Central. I loved Cardiff one of my favorite cities in the UK and the station is a great place for trainspotting.
Busy Cardiff Central. I have not seen this before two on one track sharing the same platform. Our hotel room in the background Sleeperz. Perfect for two train spotters.
Steel train in Cardiff. This is a very busy station we saw all sorts of trains including a number of freight services.
A single DMU boards passengers at the busy Cardiff Central. Arriva Trains Wales runs an extensive and frequent passenger service throughout the region.
A class 143 Pacer set is coupled with some 150's something we were told by local trainspotter "Steve" as unusual. The pacers are set to be withdrawn in the future as new trains come online.
The Class 60 was almost extinct in the UK then a refurbishment program got them back on the rails. A number of them can be found working the Murco tanks as seen here in Cardiff.