LMS 44932 coasts down the gradient just North of Kirkby Stephen Station with the 1Z70 'Waverley' 0913 York - Carlisle
As the light goes at dusk 70013 storms on the climb to the summit
LMS 48151' Guild '0' Gauge' climbs the gradient with the 1Z49 'Fellsman' 1512 Carlisle - Lancaster
LMS 46115 'Scots Guardsman', storms the gradient at Birkett Common with the 1Z44 'Cathedrals Express' 1655 Carlisle - London Kings Cross
6K05, the daily Carlisle - Crewe infrastructure train hammers up the gradient at Ais Gill behind DBS 66199. The line approaches Ais Gill from Mallerstang which can be seen in the right hand backgr... (more)
Class 66s are so quiet, this one nearly caught me out, depite being on full power and working up the steep gradient. Fortunately, it was only doing around 30mph so I had time to set this shot up
60163 Tornado makes climbing the northern ascent of the Settle & Carlisle look almost effortless as she lifts the Cumbrian Coast Tornado railtour past Birkett Common just south of Kirkby Stephen. ... (more)
The Settle and Carlisle is known as The Long Drag, and watching this 2000ish ton coal train slowly slog past Birkett Common, I could see why. Kirkby Stephen station is just out of site in the back... (more)
Colas Rail 66843 approaches the summit of the Settle and Carlisle at Ais Gill with 6J37 the Carlisle - Chirk logs. This working normally uses the WCML route via Penrith, but is apparently to use t... (more)
Working its regular turn of the time, the 16:05 Leeds - Carlisle
A Gresley teak-bodied full brake under restoration at Kirkby Stephen East.
Paired with 50031 heading northwards with an Ashford - Carlisle charter
Heading south on a glorious afternoon with the Pennine Fellsman enthusiasts charter from Liverpool to Carlisle
Preserved class 40 number D345 works an enthusiasts tour along the scenic Settle & Carlisle Railway in England.