A view of the east end of the former N&W yard at Crewe, VA.
50031 and D444 shunting between platforms at Crewe.
A Virgin fast train from Chester heads through beautiful english landscape for Crewe, from where it continues on Westcoast Mainline for London Euston.
50 year old DRS 37259+37423 at Crewe at 01:30 a.m. ready to begin their 492 mile journey to Kyle or Lochalsh in north western Scotland. This is about as far away as you can get from Crewe by rail.... (more)
Here's a wonderful locomotive portrait from my archive. It was taken at Crewe, probably around 1960 by the late Jim Carter. Jim was a railwayman and he had access (and opportunity) to take images ... (more)
Class 40 no. 40 088 was scrapped well over 20 years ago. The cab was rescued and mounted onto a road vehicle as a publicity display for the Class 40 Preservation Society, which owns, runs and main... (more)
47848 "Newton Abbot Festival of Transport"
Steamlocomotive "Duchess of Sutherland" of the powerfull LMS Princess Coronation Class is leaving Crewe with "The Scarborough Flyer" of Railway Touring Company bound for York and Scarborough.
Privately-owned preserved Class 86 electric, 86 259 Les Ross approaches Crewe Station with a railtour.
40 122 awaits her next turn of duty in the sidings next to Crewe station. Another 40 and 2 47's are also present
47812 works 0z47 Crewe LNWR - Crewe Station to join a charter to North Wales.
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47810 standing at Crewe, behind is 57303 a rebuilt class 47 with a GM engine. For more see: www.garystrainz2.fotopic.net