The late running Inverness to London Euston 'Caledonian' sleeper passes Old Linslade,on the Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire border, behind Scotrail liveried 90021.
The Inverness to London Euston sleeper has one of the three matching class 90s in First group livery as it heads south on the last 40 or so miles of the long journey from Scotland.
The Edinburgh portion of the lowland Caledonian Sleeper makes its way into the Scottish capital.
First Scotrail 90021,on loan to Virgin West Coast,heads the 15.34 London Euston to Birmingham New St. past Gayton,Northamptonshire.
A First ScotRail train from London to Scotland waits for departure time at London Euston on a cold, winters night.
First Scotrail liveried 90021 looks a little out of place at the head of National Express East Anglia's 13.30 Norwich to London Liverpool St. service as it climbs Belstead Bank shortly after leavi... (more)
The 1723 from Euston ends it's journey at Northampton. This was a Silverlink Trains peak hour commuter service which used an EWS locomotive and Virgin Trains coaches.