On the Saturday afternoon the weather was even more amazing than the morning. Most of the time one can hardly see across Loch Eil, one of many tidal inlets in North West Scotland, for rain or mist... (more)
76079 (disguised as one time local engine 76001) pauses between showers at the isolated Rannoch station while working the annual West Highland Line photo charters. Rannoch's refreshment room does ... (more)
76079 (disguised as one time local engine 76001) performs in the desolately beautiful wilderness of Scotland's Rannoch Moor with the annual photographers' charter.
45407 (disguised as former Fort William loco 45487) and stablemate 76079 are seperated by a crew member, before 45407 returns North and 76079 works a photographers' charter out on to Rannoch Moor.
76079 (disguised as one time local engine 76001) and 45407 (disguised as 45487 for same reason) are coupled together at Rannoch on the annual photographers charter as a crew member walks past.
76079 (disguised as one time local engine 76001) crawls across Banavie Swing Bridge (over the Caledonian canal) with the afternoon photo charter to Mallaig. Behind the engine is Ben Nevis, Britain... (more)
A tranquil moment as daylight fades where the Mallaig line (of Harry Potter fame) runs alongside Loch Eil. The telegraph poles have since gone, and a fence now disfigures the scene.
Loco 'Olton Hall', star of the Harry Potter movies, heads for Mallaig with the regular 'Jacobite' summer steam working. This is the West Highland Extension Railway, where most of the rail scenes i... (more)