Arriva Cross Country liveried 220 Class unit 220017 powers out of Birmingham International after making a station stop.
A National Express HST idles away at Kings Cross station while a 4-car Class 365 EMU waits on the adjacent track on a cool London night.
One of GCR's 0-6-0 Steam locos, 44422, named 'Douglas' for the Thomas Day, is seen here with a loaded passenger train as the drivers carefully steam into Quorn station.
One of the GCR's Class 101 DMUs, today named 'Daisy' for the Thomas Day, trundles into Quorn station with a morning passenger service. The mechanical signalling and Semaphore signals, which can be... (more)
An Arriva Cross Country Voyager unit races into one of the tunnels along the Dawlish Sea Wall.
A Class 142 commuter set runs along the Dawlish Sea Wall.
Some locals take advantage of the rare sunny Winters day by exercising on the Dawlish Saw Wall as an Arriva Cross Country Voyager unit passes by.
A First Great Western HST rounds the curve onto the Dawlish Sea Wall on a breezy winters day.
A First Great Western Class 142 rounds the curve onto the Dawlish Sea Wall.
An Arriva Cross Country Voyager set negotiates the corner onto the Dawlish Sea Wall while another commuter train stops at a station in the distance.
The fastest steam locomotive in the world, LNER #4468, Mallard, rests quietly and proudly on display in the main hall of the National Railway Museum in York with her paint shining nicely.
An Arriva Cross Country Voyager races along the mainline from York, heading south towards Colton and points further on.
A Northern Rail Class 158 DMU races along the flats north of Colton Junction with a mid-afternoon commuter service.
A GBRf Coal train snakes its way through the yard, bound for the coal unloader a while away yet.
Special liveried 66522 leads a Freightliner coal train through Colton. This locomotive was the only one(?) to recieve this livery, as the partnership with Shanks never eventuated.