The bright Colas Rail colours catch the last of the sun as they head over Arnside Viaduct with the monthly Network Rail test train visiting the Cumbrian Coast. 37421 brings up the rear.
The bright orange and yellow Colas paint scheme and the Network Rail test train coaches provides a nice flash of colour against the grey and cloudy winter moorland....
Another day, another pair of the Freightliner class 86s seen from the drone on their old stamping ground crossing the River Mersey at Runcorn on their way to the docks around Liverpool.
Rapidly approaching the end of their operational lives, 2 Class 86 electric locomotives (built 1965-1966) are on the very metals they were built for on the West Coast Main Line with a container tr... (more)
Deep under the streets of Sheffield, a class 37 departs on a train towards Lincolnshire.
A train towards Plzen awaits departure from the fantastic main station in Prague.
One of CDs classic looking 242 electrics pulls into Jindrichuv with a train to Brno.
37688 in its retro "Trainload Construction" paint cuts a lonely figure on the 4 track mainline across the world famous Stockport viaduct on a moody autumnal afternoon.
Every year Network Rail employ "Rail Head Treatment Trains" to spray water to clear leaves and leave adhesion enhancing glue behind to improve performance in the difficult leave fall season. The b... (more)
Another angle of the Rheine Bridge at Dusseldorf from a very handy public footpath.
The textbook view of the stunning cathedral, complete with a couple of local trains passing on the bridge.
Two modern high speed trainsets sit under the imposing over-roof of Milan's wonderful Central station.
111 209 emerges from one of many bridges over the River Rheine at Dusseldorf with an RE4 train to Aachen.
The (now redundant) Cabina A locking tower still oversees the modern high speed trains pulling into Milan's Central station. In the background Cabina C can also be seen, which implies there used t... (more)
A Network Rail test train brings a burst of colour and heritage to the magnificent station at York.