Wearing it`s unique XP64 livery, which it previously wore in 1964, 47853 heads off Old Oak Common shed to work 1S87, 1418 London Paddington to Glasgow, which it will work as far as Birmingham.
A class 37, 47 and 66 are seen on shed at Old Oak Common, in London, at night in August 2002.
Class 37s, 37602, 37216 and 37605 are gathered around the turntable at Old Oak Common depot in London in 2001.
Old Oak Common depot, in London, held an open weekend, Railfan event, in August 2000. 2 days after this, preserved Irish Rail C231 is being loaded onto a lorry (truck) ready for it`s journey home.... (more)
Metre gauge 1978 built MLW No 2407 has arrived at Bogra on train 19, The Bogra Express, 1400 Santahar to Gaibandha.
Metre gauge 1978 built MLW No 2407 has arrived at Bogra on train 19, The Bogra Express, 1400 Santahar to Gaibandha. It will soon depart along this track, passing through a textile market!
Driving position on class 45 Sulzer No 45023.
Back in 1982, 47285 takes the Derby line at Clay Cross Junction, near Chesterfield, with an empty MGR Merry-go-round train.
Back in 1982, 47182 has derailed after running through the trap point at Northolt Junction, South Ruslip.
An everyday looking scene which has now gone. Dover Marine station was renamed to Dover Western Docks in 1979, then completely closed in 1994 with the opening of the channel tunnel and the consequ... (more)
The 2 stroke diesel-engined Deltics had a reputation for lively exhausts! Here, 55009 "Alycidon" heads through Princes Gardens in Edinburgh, en-route to Haymarket loco depot. Shunt loco ... (more)
Nearly 40 years ago, a 3 car DMU leaves Uttoxeter on a Derby to Crewe service.
Well into their final year of operations, 76024 + 76006 head east through Sheffield Victoria with an empty car-tic train.
In 1981, the deltics were coming to the end of their careers. Here 55004, named Queens Own Highlander, is seen on shed at Doncaster.
76023 heads a line up of 6 class 76s at Reddish depot in Manchester in 1981. They were well into their final year of service, by then.