Gresley A4 pacific 60009 Union of South Africa waits to reverse into the Crewe Heritage Centre with a positioning move from York via Carnforth
A Virgin fast train from Chester heads through beautiful english landscape for Crewe, from where it continues on Westcoast Mainline for London Euston.
Introduced new as loco No. E3128 in 1965,Freightliners 86613 is still going strong almost 50 years later.However,its days of working express passenger services from London to Scotland are long gon... (more)
50 year old DRS 37259+37423 at Crewe at 01:30 a.m. ready to begin their 492 mile journey to Kyle or Lochalsh in north western Scotland. This is about as far away as you can get from Crewe by rail.... (more)
90045 accelerates away from Basford Hall yard with the 08:21 Crewe Basford Hall to Felixstowe freightliner
An organised tour of Basford Hall Yard,in Crewe,found 70004 waiting its next working.
A pair of Freightliner class 86 electric locos,86609 and 86622,stand in Basford Hall Yard,at Crewe.This was taken during an official visit to the yard,and was the only time that the sun appeared d... (more)
One of the few remaining class 37s, operated by DRS, receives overhaul in Crewe shed. The class 37 dates from the early 1960s - this example, originally with split head code, has been at various t... (more)
This Great Western prairie tank is no. 5541, a resident of the Dean Forest Railway. Its boiler has been overhauled at the Crewe Heritage Centre, where we see it waiting to have it refitted. The ch... (more)
New-build Class A1 no. 60163 stands in the yard at Crewe heriatge Centre, where it si currently staying between railtours. Preserved deisels and electics are to b eseen on the left.
A view of the inside of the working signal box at the Crewe Heritage Centre. The box is actually Exeter West Signal Box, which was saved from demolition when the signalling systems around Exeter w... (more)
A preserved 55015 'TULYAR' stands on display during a Crewe Works open day.
20020 and 20021 run light through Crewe. Withdrawn in October 1990 and March 1991 respectively, 20020 is currently preserved, whereas 20021 was cut-up in February 1992 (info courtesy WNXX.com).
390035 on a "down" service running non stop through Crewe.
EWS (Now DB Schenker) 86261 sits inside Crewe works about to be hoisted into the air by the 44 ton lifting gear.