Preserved no. 37 109 stands in Bury Bolton St Station on the East Lancashire Railway waiting to set off on midweek ballast duties.
I would not normally post a photo of a nuclear flask train but yesterday evening saw the last load from Dungeness 'A' nuclear power station to Sellafield on the completion of the stations decommis... (more)
The Cwmgwrach branch normally only see a daily coal train. Pathfinder Railtours operated a passenger train over the route. 37603 + 37606 cross Aberdulais Viaduct on the way back from the coal term... (more)
37685 and 676 are seen at Holyhead on the 26th March 2011 having arrived with Spitfire Railtours 'The Holy Oakes' Charter from Taunton. At the same time 67006 and 67017 are seen with their Pathfin... (more)
A Network Rail test train,powered by a pair of D.R.S. class 37 locos,37611 and 37601,pass a busy Didcot station.Class 66 no. 66044 is seen on the left shunting in the yard,whilst an Oxford bound H... (more)
Class 37 no. 37324 "Clydebridge" heads away from Winchcombe station with a short freight train during a diesel gala at the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway.
37194 and 37087 pass alongside the River Tyne at Hagg Bank, Wylam with 6M60 Seaton - Sellafield.
Class 37s used the be the dominant traction in South Wales but with the class reaching 50 visits are very rare. 37688 + 37194 visited in a Spitfire railtour from Preston - Fishguard Harbour on 30 ... (more)
Class 37 37059 storms past Pooles Crossing shortly after passing Gloucester with a Network Rail Test Train. Delivered new from English Electric in October 1962,the loco will soon be celebrating 50... (more)
16:10 Fort William - Mallaig
37428 David Lloyd George heading the 09:40 Pwllheli - London Euston
37248,in West Coast Railway Company livery,is at the head of a Gotherington to Winchcombe service. The train is seen emerging from Greet Tunnel as it nears the end of its journey.
A heavy storm is heading eastwards into the North Sea as this class 37 heads light engine to the Alcan works at Lymington to pick up its load for Wolverhampton.
A class 37 loco with a Fort William to Mallaig service crosses the viaduct at Loch nan Uamh ("The Loch of the caves").It was here that Bonnie Prince Charlie landed in August 1745 to lead his faile... (more)