Network Rail mobile load-bank testing locomotive no. 86 902 is parked in a bay platform at York Station. Converted from conventional Class 86 loco, it is capable of moving under its own power, bu... (more)
Running about 15 minutes early 1Z17 Newcastle-King's Cross NMT heads south at high speed through Colton Junction in glorious light.
DVT no. 82 226 heads a southbound train away from York.
43099 'Diocese of Newcastle' brings up the rear of 1S23 16:00 King's Cross to Aberdeen passing Church Lane just east of Bolton Percy, having covered the 181 miles in only 1 hour 40 minutes.
60140 BALMORAL on the turntable in York shed yard. Built by BR to LNER design this loco was new in December 1948, withrawn in January 1965 she was scrapped at Drapers Hull in April 1965.
Fragonset 47 715 Poseidon on display at the National Railway Museum at York at their diesel "Cab-it" event in 2004.
The original Class 20, no. D8000 now preserved on display at the National Railway Museum at York at their diesel "Cab-it" event in 2004.
The original Black Five, no. 5000 looks like it is in a station, but it is in fact on static display at the National Railway Museum at York coupled to some old Royal carriages,
DRS's newest recruit 47790 complete with snowploughs, stands at Thrall works in York after working down from Kingmoor during the week which failed on route due to fuel loss.
A memory of the 1980s. 20 154 and 20 051 run light through York South yard in the early evening.
6233 Duchess of Sutherland sets off southwards with a main line special
Great Western 4-6-0 4965 Rood Ashton Hall arriving at York with a main line special from the Birmingham area.
With the rain pouring down, the ultra-reliable 76079 and 45407 arrive at York with a main line special from Carlisle