Local train in front of the probably largest signal box in UK
A Manchester Piccadilly to Holyhead service crosses the River Weaver at Frodsham.
A Manchester Piccadilly to Carmarthen service leaves Newport station.The train had left Manchester at 07.30,and would arrive at Carmarthen at 12.25 - a journey of 248 miles.
An Arriva Trains Wales service,formed by a class 175 unit,crosses Sackville Viaduct,in Manchester.
An Arriva Trains Wales Class 175 pauses at Llandudno Junction on its way to Holyhead.
175104 passes over Landore Viaduct with the 10:30 Carmarthen to Manchester Piccadilly.
Arriva Trains Wales Class 175 - 175 114 passes through the short tunnels at Pontrilas with a northbound service. This shot was taken from the platforms of the long closed station which is now run ... (more)
175008 with the 14:50 departure to Manchester and 43188 in the background with the 14:55 to London Paddington.
Old semaphore signals still extant at Blackpool North in 2006 as a Class 175 arrives from Manchester.
Class 175 110 speeds through Lostock station with a train from Windermere to Manchester Airport
A class 175 rushes through Patricroft station in the rain heading for North Wales
Framed by a set of upper quadrant semaphore signals 175003 slows for its Abergele station stop.
175109 arriving into Wrexham General with a Arriva Trains Wales service to Crdiff Central.
Train Crewe (16h17) - Holyhead (18h27)