GNER Sunset... a northbound High Speed Train on the East Coast Main Line with an evening express from London Kings Cross at around 125 mph as the sun sets in the background
Its hard to keep up with livery variations in the UK. This is the first FGW HST set I've seen with all the doors picked out in red. No two sets seem the same at the moment
Last photo of the day. An HST heads east at Crofton curve in the evening sun. Of course, another westbound turned up just as a I was driving off !
The famous lock at Little Bedwyn. This location features in most books focusing on the Western Region in the 1960/70's hydraulic era
A westbound FGW HST set at Hungerford Common. I couldn't believe how much the vegetation has grown and closed in this location in both directions since I last visited here in the 80's
A westbound FGW HST set passes a lock on the Kennet and Avon between Hungerford and Little Bedwyn
An HST on a southbound unidentified working climbs Harbury bank
Framed by a bridge on the Kennet and Avon canal a First Great Western HST heads for Paddington
The British summer has arrived in London.
A westbound FGW HST set on a glorious evening passes Grove. The Williams Formula 1 team's HQ is the building in the right hand background
One of the temporary Manchester-London St Pancras 'Rio' services roars up the hill past New Mills South Junction on a crisp early Spring day.
The Network Rail New Measurement Train, with 43013 & 43062 in charge, rounds the Langstone on Friday 11th March 2005, forming 1A94 10:15 Plymouth – London Paddington.
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A GNER Aberdeen-London Kings Cross HST (left) passes a northbound Virgin Voyager (right). The towers of the famous Forth Bridge are visible in the background.
Special 'Hornby' liveried HST power car 43087 under the famous trainshed at Bristol Temple Meads.
43009 leads a set South