The sight of a pair of 37s on the mainline is now an extremely rare thing in the UK. Even more so that it is not working an enthusiast special. This train is 38 loaded ballast wagons from Warringt... (more)
The driver closes the cab door of Class 90 022 "Freight Connection" after it had arrived with a rake of carriages at Manchester Piccadilly whilst deputising for the normal Virgin Voyager on a Birm... (more)
Having brought in a train, deputising for the normal Virgin Voyager on a Birmingham to Manchester service, Class 90 039 stands at the buffers in the company of a local EMU at Manchester Piccadilly... (more)
EWS Class 66240 passes Mauds Bridge whilst working a coal train.
A Chichester to Merehead empties working nears its destination high in the Mendip Hills.
66162 approaches Harrowden Jct. on a Toton to Forders engineers train.
Class 90 039 with carriages standing in Manchester Piccadilly at night whilst deputising for the normal Virgin Voyager on a Birmingham to Manchester service.
60024 is seen with the 6M06 Lindsey - Kingsbury tanks, being diverted through South Yorkshore due to the Lincoln.
60059 the black beast sits at Goole Glass Factory and unloads.
Loadhaul Black class 60059 is a unique locomotive with, it being the last class 60 and locomotive in service with full Loadhaul black liverey. It is seen here at Barnby Dun with the 6H93 Goole - P... (more)
67002/016 approach Kirk Sandall with a special yo Hull from London with a footex, with Chelsea fans onboard who will be happy because they won 4-0.
Royal Train liveried 67005 heads a 'Northern Belle' excursion to Inverness through glorious Perthshire rolling countryside.
Bright autumn evening sun highlights the cab of the locomtive as it heads a Westbury to Exeter Central engineers' train heading for a worksite on the Exmouth branch.
A consignment of limestone from Tunstead is seen passing the old station at Peak Forest. Semaphore signals are still very much in use in this part of rural Derbyshire and long may that continue!
West Derbyshire still provides a source of limestone traffic for EWS. A consignment from Tunstead is seen passing the manual signalbox at Peak Forest.