47 826 Springburn is dragged at the rear of a steam special as it leaves Blackpool
'Deltic' 55022 heads 'Hoover' 50049 with the Inverness-London Kings Cross leg of the 'Autumn Highlander' weekend tour. The train is running off Scotland's famous Forth Bridge, and you can see the... (more)
An English Electric Feast! 'Deltic' 55022 heads 'Hoover' 50049, with 40145 tagged on the rear, between Perth and Edinburgh. On board are a happy load of railfans who have enjoyed a weeknd touring ... (more)
Preserved EE class 50 heads the Inverness-Kings Cross 'Autumn Highlander' weekend railtour through the Scottish Highlands. The weak sunlight was VERY fortuitous!
3-cylinder 'K4' class 'The Great Marquess' heads a Fort William to Glasgow excursion around the horseshoe on Scotland's superb West Highland Line. The K4s were built with the West Highland in mind... (more)
Preserved "Big D" 40145 - one of Britain's first main line diesel types dating from 1958 - needs every ounce of its 2000hp to lift this Inverness-bound fantrip past the disused cabin at Dalnacardo... (more)
47851 hauling a pullman excursion from Wakefield to Salisbury, not far short of its destination on the afternoon of 15 September 2007.
This locomotive carries the BR two tone green heritage liv... (more)
On Saturday 15th September 07 40145 and 37248 worked a Birmingham - Buxton Rail Enthusiast tour. '' The Buxton Forrester'' is seen passing Edale on the Hope valley heading towards Yorkshire with ... (more)
The magnificent 'Duchess of Sutherland' takes the curve through Penrith, on the southbound climb to Shap Summit, with a Crewe-bound excursion.
The return excursion to Darlington leaves the Harbour station. normally visited only by Sprinter units. Preserved 40145 is at the rear. Stranraer in SW Scotland was once the main ferry port for bo... (more)
The preserved Class 40 wheels its Stranraer-bound excursion northbound on the Glasgow & South Western main line through deepest Ayrshire on a perfect late spring morning.
One of the Highland Rail Festival steam runs on the rarely visited Oban branch crosses the top end of Loch Awe, in very typical West of Scotland weather.
'Georgian Bath Explorer' excursion from Skipton passes a field of flowering oilseed rape - a crop that is becoming increasingly common in the UK.
Empty stock for the return working of the 'Georgian Bath Explorer' railtour from Skipton.
The marathon 'Great Britain' railtour on Scotland's Perth-Inverness Highland main line, double headed by newly restored 'K4' mogul 'The Great Marquess' and streamlined A4 Pacific 'Union of South A... (more)