37406 was booked to work ballast trains along the Cambrian coast, trains which still guarantee a Class 37 due to weight restrictions on several bridges on the line
37406 at Prescot on 1st June 2007, Diverted due to vandalism. more pictures at http://www.mark5812.fotopic.net
37406 “The Saltire Society” passes Cefn bridge with the 17.14 6W66 Bescot to Pwllheli autoballasters.
37406 attacks the climb from Treviscoe with a return charter train bound for Plymouth, steam loco 45407 on the rear had worked the train up the branch on the outward leg.
37406 heads a Fowey Docks to Plymouth railtour with steam loco 45407 on the rear.
37406 is seen leading 1Z38 accross the Balcombe viaduct - 20/01/2007
The overnight London-Fort William sleeping car service growls away from Bridge of Orchy behind one of the charismatic vintage English Electric 'tractors', sadly no longer a regular part of the Wes... (more)
37406 is seen passing Crofton with railtour 1Z21
The northbound Fort William sleepers, or 'beds' as local railfans call them, on Scotland's magnificent West Highland Line. The 37s are coming to the end of their working lives on this service.
The northbound Fort William sleepers enter Arrochar. The ageing English Electric 37s are shortly to give way to EMD/Alstom class 67s.
English Electric 37406 with a heavy train of stone for track relaying on Scotland's magnificent West Highland Line.
37406 + 37416 cross the River Dulas as they approach Machynlleth with Kingfisher Railtours’ “The Snowdonia Explorer” 1Z37 06.24 High Wycombe to Pwllheli.
37406 climbs past Friog on the 16.30 return 1Z38 Past-Time Rail “The Cambrian Flyer” from Pwllheli to Bristol Temple Meads.
Laying over during the day before hauling overnight train to London via Glasgow