Moments prior to departure with our afternoon "tea service," the day's power - an immaculate 1899 example of Scottish steam - runs around in the Aviemore station to couple up. On left Ne... (more)
After the 10 mile trek through the Cairngorm National Forrest from Aviemore, the power for our afternoon "tea train" runs around to the south end of the train for the return trip. This 1... (more)
Driving through eastern Scotland we stumbled upon road signs pointing to the "Caledonian Steam Rwy". So naturally we decided to investigate. No sooner did we drive up, did this tiny 1926... (more)
The 'grouping' of Britain's many independent railways in 1923 heralded the end of glorious sights like this. It is 1922 and a 1912-built Caledonian Railway '139' class 4-4-0 in the Caledonian's wo... (more)
37097 on arrival at Bridge of Dun from Brechin with it's first passenger working in preservation.