Wallasey Tramcar No. 78 has been decorated to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton. He she is seen at the Woodside Ferry Terminus of the famous Mersey ... (more)
After having just taken water, Garratt No. 87 runs around its train in preparation to take the 10:0am train to Beddgelert. This locomotive was built by John Cockerill of Seraing, Belgium in 1936 f... (more)
Garratt No. 87 has just arrived at Beddgelert after a superb run from Caernarfon. This locomotive was built by John Cockerill of Seraing, Belgium in 1936 for South African Railways. On the return ... (more)
London Transport E1 No. 1622 leaves Town End terminus on a test journey. The National Tramway Museum is full of trams from cites and towns from all over the UK and also has vehicles from other par... (more)
The world's first Garrett locomotive, built in Manchester by Beyer-Peacock in 1909 for service in Tasmania, takes water on a wet, murky day in preparation to haul the first train of the day to Rhy... (more)
NG143 takes water in readiness to haul the 1525 departure to Rhyd Ddu. This locomotive was built in Manchester in 1958 for service in South Africa and members of this class are the largest 2ft gau... (more)
156 425 slows to stop at Wavertree Technology Park Station with a train for Manchester Airport.
Black Five No. 45407 speeds through Wavertree Technology Park on the historic Liverpool and Manchester Railway with the 10:04 "Bowring Centenarian" steam special from Liverpool Lime Street to Earl... (more)
A three car transpennine unit has just emerged from the east end of Stanedge Tunnel and has slowed down to negotiate a tight S-bend before continuing its journey towards Huddersfield and the North... (more)
Manchester Tram 1010 nears the end of its journey and is about to enter Manchester Piccadilly Station.
Designed by Oliver Bulleid for the Southern Railway and built in 1941, West Country Class Light Pacific 34007 "Wadebridge" awaits clearance to run around then take out the 1300 train from Cheltenh... (more)
The works plate of USA Transportation Corps Loco No. 5197, formerly from the Llangollen Railway, but now working on the Churnet Valley Railway in Staffordshire.
Foxcote Manor draws up to its train for another journey from Carrog to Llangollen, North Wales.
Bulleid "Battle of Britain" 34081 Class "92 Squadron" makes its final approach to Carrog Station with the 15:00 Llangollen to Carrog train.