The afternoon Fawley - Tavistock Jn (Plymouth) oil and bitumen train, seen shortly after leaving Westbury Yard.
A railtour hauled by two repainted Class 37 locomotives awaits a very early departure from Bristol Temple Meads
An EWS Coal train heads north through Colton Junction.
An EWS freight service slowly crosses the famous Ribblehead Viaduct, on the Settle - Carlisle Railway in England.
Oil empties eventually destined for the oil refinery at Grangemouth. Less than a handful of these Class 37 locos remain in service with EWS, although plenty of other examples can be seen elsewhere... (more)
A short Laurencekirk - Mossend enterprise service.
Empty Coaching Stock (ECS) heads for Carnoustie to collect avid golf fans who have been attending the 2007 Scottish Open. These trains were operated by First ScotRail with locos hired in from EWS ... (more)
An Inverness - Swindon charter service glides through the countryside with a pair of battered and bruised Class 37 locomotives.
EWS 66 215 arrives at Washwood Heath with 6G25 departmental
A Class 314 EMU (operated by First ScotRail) is sandwiched between two translator vehicles being 'dragged' to Glasgow Works, where it will receive a minor overhaul. There is no direct route to Gla... (more)
67 014 is seen again in Wellington this time in the sunshine almost 16hrs after my night shot taken last night
Class 66 no. 66078 is at full power as it climbs the gradient towards Baillieston Station with its heavy train of imported coal from Hunterston to Longannet Power Station in Fife, of which the coa... (more)
running over 1 hour late 67 014 stopps at Wellington working 1P65 Wrexham to Marylebone
67 013 running upto line speed with 1P03 passing Haybridge after departing Wellington.
My first shot of the DVT's working a service train, 82301 makes the Wellington stop while working from marylebone to Wrexham on