A South West Trains class 450 is reflected in the River Mole as it makes it's way towards Alton on a pleasant spring afternoon.
A Siemens built 'Class 450' third-rail EMU departs London's Waterloo station, heading for England's south-west.
This unit was formerley numbered 450067, but with the removal of the first class section, and the cramming of as many seats as is legally possible into it's bodyshell, it is now 450567 - HC denoti... (more)
One of Southwest Trains many class 450 'Desiro' EMUs leaves Clapham Junction for London Waterloo. The train lurking in the background is one of SWTs uglier class 458 'Juniper' units.
Bound for Waterloo Station while passing through part of the South London suburb of Wimbledon.
A pair of South West Trains Desiro units make their way to London,shortly after leaving Basingstoke.
A desiro unit departs Basingstoke and heads for London.
450 006 with a Portsmouth Harbour service.
A Class 450 whizzes through Wimbledon Station on its way to Alton, in Hampshire. Note the old graffiti festooned signal box.
A pair of SWT's Class 450/5 desiros work empty through Eastleigh. These units have recently had their 1st class seating removed to improve capacity on the London suburban routes, identifiable by t... (more)
Local service heads towards Cosham.
450 094 leads a 12 car working from London Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour (via Basingstoke) round the western side of Railway Triangle towards Portcreek Junction.
450 116 leaving Cosham on a local service.
450 125 brings up the rear of the London Waterloo - Poole service, as a Cross Country voyager perpares to depart, what has to be said the very ugly Southampton Central.