Pulling into Wansford with a train from Peterborough. Twelve locomotives were in use at the well-attended Autumn Diesel Gala.
Newly refurbished Artemis 56312 was one of many visitors at the NVR Autumn Diesel Gala. The turn-out of visiting enthusiasts was also very respectable.
'Bradley Manor' is stoked-up and ready to go.
The guard makes sure the train is ready to depart as its engine fills the platform with steam.
Built in 1950, this former LMS 2MT is put to a variety of uses on the Severn Valley Railway, including the 'Footplate Experience' for those who want to have a go at running a steam loco.
With oblivious sheep probably well-and-truly used to the sound of passing trains, a rear-facing 'Bradley Manor' brings a train back to Bridgnorth.
The occupants of a lineside house wave as the last southbound of the day heads for Kidderminster
A little hike up the hillside presented this panoramic view of Dove Holes limestone quarry on the edge of the Peak District. A Class 60 still just about in Load Haul livery is loading up with more... (more)
Overview of UP's main facility in Portland, snatched from the shoulder of the I-405 bridge.
Canpotex potash trains make their way between Canada and Portland via Eastport, Spokane and the Columbia Gorge. This westbound is in the siding at Mosier waiting for a clear run to tidewater.
With impressive basalt formations as a backdrop, another intermodal makes its way west through the Gorge.
With the majestic Mount Hood in the distance, an eastbound stack train makes its way towards Pasco, under the Route 197 bridge. Those ex-Santa Fe 'Warbonnets' are looking increasingly shabby these... (more)
Three westbounds bask in the sun before their trip down the gorge towards Portland or Tacoma.
View from above - taken from the road down from the hillside. An eastbound enters the yard as three westbounds await their turn.
One of the most famous railway locations in the USA, this time with a pair of GEVOs and a repainted Warbonnet heading east with a stack train. Mount Hood looks on impassively.