GWR tank engine no. 5553 approaches Doniford Beach Halt, on the West Somerset Railway.
EWS class 67 015 makes a very quick call at Wellington while working 1J45 WSMR service from London Marylebone. Note the white buffers painted when the loco was recently named
EWS class 67 013 passing Wellington in very early sunshine on its way to London Marylebone
The 'Lake District Explorer' railtour passes Bordesley Jct,Birmingham behind 37401 & 417 on its way from Cardiff to Ravenglass.
67 015 is seen passing the former Stafford Junction with Ij83
37416, one of two class 37s at that time dedicated to the 'Royal Scotsman' luxury train, wheels the train northbound through glorious rolling countryside, about a mile from the famous hotel and go... (more)
37416, one of two class 37s at that time dedicated to the 'Royal Scotsman' luxury train, wheels the train southbound from Dalwhinnie on Scotlan's Inverness-Perth Highland Line.
60 049 working 6M06 bogie tanks from Lindsey to Kingsbury
60 049 makes it was back to Lindsey with a return empty bogie tanks from Kingsbury
With coal dust blowing from the coal hoppers 66 151 heads past Knabbs Crossing over bridge, Melton Ross with coal from Immingham to Scunthorpe Steel Woeks
EWS class 66 155 runs past Barnetby station with empty coal hoppers to Immingham
67006 "Royal Sovereign" inspects the Severn Valley Railawy prior to the Royal Train 10/06/08
EWS class 66 083 is seen passing Barnetby East Signal Box with 6V19 Enterprise service from Immingham to Margam
67005 “Queen’s Messenger” and 67006 “Royal Sovereign” descend Eardington bank with the Royal Train’s return from Bridgnorth to London. This was the first visit of the Royal Train to the Severn Val... (more)
60023 on the Colnbrook to Lindsey Oil Terminal empty aviation fuel tanks approaches Wellingborough.