159 015 heads south through Wimbledon
This South West trains EMU wears special Legoland advertising decals. Seen here at Clapham Junction, Britain's busiest Railway station.
444 037 heads through Wimbledon on its way from Waterloo
SW trains class 458 "Juniper" no. 8003 rushes through Wimbledon. You can see the pick-up shoe for the electrified third rail attached to the bogie. The shoe is resting on top of the rail.
A view of the station throat of London's Waterloo taken from an overlooking tall building.
Southwest Trains 159105 + 159002 forming the 08:15 London Waterloo - Plymouth pass Shell Cove, Dawlish on a sunny Sunday 26th August 2007.
2 x class 73 topped and tailed return an overhauled 3 CIG from the workshops at Chart Leacon to Bournemouth.
A class 442 'PIG' unit is pictured approaching Southampton. These sets are on borrowed time working for Southwest Trains, they have no booked diagrams and are all due off lease by February 11th. M... (more)
158789 in attractive SWT livery on a Bristol - Salisbury service passing through an autumnal Avon Valley.
450 090 approaches Vauxhall station on a Waterloo to Windsor & Eton Riverside. The Houses of Parliament & Big Ben are in the background.
'The Last Slam' (11.35 Waterloo - Bournemouth 1396/1398/3536) brings to an end to MK1 stock on the mainline for Southwest Trains. On its very last public service train, the historic consist is se... (more)
159-019 & 158-786 form the 12.00 Waterloo to Bristol. Worting Junction, 4 October 2005
Recently repainted in classic 1970's colours, 1497 glides over the river at Lymington with the 16:14 Lymington Pier to Brockenhurst service. Saturday 3 September 2005