A collection of South West trains stand at Londons Waterloo station. On the left is Desiro unit 450565,in the centre is 444031,and the sets on the right are 450118 and 450007. The 444 Desiro is t... (more)
Express unit 444006 (L) shares the stabling sidings with several Class 450 outer suburban units. The red unit on the far right is a BREL York-built Class 455 inner suburban unit dating from the 1... (more)
A Weymouth bound service departs from Eastleigh station.In the background is a class 450 unit leaving for London,and 66532 with a Freightliner train for Southampton.
A pair of South West Trains Desiro units,led by 444002 depart Basingstoke and set off for London,passing a pair of class 159 units stabled in the sidings.
A South West Trains Class 444 EMU approaches Petersfield with a Portsmouth - London service.
444 015 speeds down the Portsmouth Direct line with a service from London Waterloo.
A Class 444 passes Clapham Junction on its way to London Waterloo.
444 020 heads towards Portsmouth Harbour after a London Waterloo working.
444 011 speeds through Eastleigh with a Weymouth service.
444 010 leaves Cosham with a London Waterloo - Portsmouth Harbour (via Basingstoke) service
444025+444043 approach Eastleigh with the 15:05 London Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour.
A Class 444 and a Class 450 stand in the carriage sheds at Clapham Junction Station. The sidings to the right are packed with trains.
Just as the sun comes out following a heavy rain shower, a Class 444 approaches Clapham Junction Station (said to be the busiest station in the world) on a service from Waterloo.
10 car Waterloo bound service crosses Redbridge Causeway towards Southampton Central.
Evening come early in the UK this time of year, by 15:00 on a miserable November day it's dark enough for headlamps to show up clearly. Waterloo is the largest station in the UK and sees many arri... (more)