66221 powers a Ratcliffe Power Station to Portbury Coal Terminal (Bristol) working through Haresfield.In the background,60092 waits in the Down Loop with the Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tanks.
A Cardiff (Wentloog) to Southampton working passes the site of the former Severn Tunnel Junction diesel depot.Much has changed here in the last twenty years - back then there would have been anyth... (more)
A Brighton to Great Malvern service,formed by a 3 car class 158 unit,departs Gloucester on a rare sunny October day.The skyline is dominated by Gloucester Royal Hospital.
The Amberley Working Museum,in West Sussex,has a 2 foot gauge railway system that previously served the quarry in the area.One of the locomotives used is "Peter",a saddle tank built in 1918 by W.G... (more)
The Daventry to Wentloog intermodal service passes Northway on a wonderful October morning.
A First Great Western class 150 "Sprinter" unit passes St Marys Crossing with a service from Cheltenham to Swindon.The crossing gates here are still manually operated,and the two buildings are the... (more)
66041 takes the Swindon line at Standish Junction with a diverted Margam to Dollands Moor working.The two tracks in the foreground are the Bristol to Birmingham main lines.
A class 483 unit heads away from Ryde Pier Head station on its journey to Shanklin,on the Isle of Wight.The rusted section in the foreground are the remains of the Ryde Pier Tramway,which closed i... (more)
A pair of class 357 units head away from Leigh On Sea station with a London Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness working.
The 2nd October 1971 was a really important date for U.K. steam fans.That was the day that British Rail relaxed the ban on steam loco running on the main line - a ban that had been in force since ... (more)
Probably one of the most loved diesel types ever to run on British Rail,the class 52 hydraulic locos were the racehorses of the Western region.D1015 "Western Champion" has undergone an extensive o... (more)
The Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tank service passes through the Gloucestershire countryside as it enters the last 20 miles of its journey.
No. 7,an ex Chesterfield tramcar dating from 1904,trundles along the main street at the Crich Tramway Village,Derbyshire.
The dumping ground at the rear of Toton depot,in Derbyshire,contains a number of various locos,some of which have been there a number of years.
The "English Riviera Statesman",a Crewe to Kingswear excursion organised by Statesman Rail,drifts through the Gloucestershire countryside on a wonderful late Summers day.