A Virgin Trains East Coast Class 43 HST passes over Arthington Viaduct just moments before sunset.
43367+43305 pass Moy the first few miles into their nearly 600 mile journey to London Kings Cross departing Inverness at 07:55.
A brand new Japanese-built Class 800 of Virgin East Coast about to depart from York on a Northbound test run
09.47 Aberdeen to London Kings Cross HST crosses the Forth Bridge
After a quick shower, a Class 91 reflects in the sunshine at the famous Kings Cross railway station. New Azuma trainsets are actively replacing the 225 sets as another change comes to the UK.
A London-Inverness service passes through Dalwhinnie on the Highland Main Line.
Newcastle's castle was built in the 12th century and all that remains now is the gatehouse and the Keep. The top of the keep is a great place to watch trains and was even more so in the 1950's and... (more)
Kings Cross! An Intercity 225 set lead by a Class 91 electric waits at the famous London terminal. The 225 sets along with the HST 125's will all be withdrawn when the class 800's arrive.
In the grandeur of Kings Cross where Harry Potter caught his train, we see several HST 125 sets waiting for the next departure. These will also be withdrawn when the class 800's arrive.
The fist significant snowfall of winter 2015 43308+43318 pause at Aviemore station working the 07:55 Inverness - London Kings Cross.