I never understood why British railfans liked these until I found one moving about Cardiff. The smoke would put any Alco and many steamers to shame.
After a week of clouds, the sun finally came out on my last day in England and gave quiet the beautiful sunet.
After recent repaints, Class 50 Alliance locos 50044 'Exeter' and 50049 'Defiance' pose in the afternoon sunshine at Pullman Rail's Canton Shed.
A rare sight of a class 67 on the Vale of Glamorgan bypass line is seen as 67018 named 'Keith Heller' passes Aberthaw on the workings way to Gloucester with 1Z25 Neath-Neath via Gloucester. This i... (more)
Due to the current economic situation,this type of train is becoming quite a rarity.The flow of traffic between South Wales and the Midlands/North of England has dried to a trickle.Here,66174 appr... (more)
Unbranded 57316 waits to head the 16:17 to Holyhead on a freezing New Year's Eve.
37411 powers upgrade towards Pontlottyn in the Rhymney Valley with a Cardiff to Rhymney service.
Regional Railways liveried class 37 number 37420 powers away from Ystrad Mynach with a Rhymney to Cardiff Central service.
37419 approaches Pontlottyn in the Rhymney Valley with train 2R38 1559 Cardiff Central to Rhymney.
Freshly painted in large logo blue livery, 37425 passes Ystrad Mynach with train 2F22 1115 Rhymney to Cardiff.
Considered a celebrity loco by British enthusiasts because of its repaint to 1980s style livery, Class 37 No. 37425 slows for the station call at Pengam while hauling a Cardiff Central to Rhymney ... (more)
EWS Class 37 No. 37411 leaves Pontlottyn with a Rhymney to Cardiff Central train.
With Cardiff's 'Millenium Stadium' clearly visible 66025 trundles alongside Cardiff Canton Depot with a Llanwern to Margam trip working.