This tiny locomotive was built by Neilson and Company in Glasgow in 1897. It worked at Beckton Gas works, in London, and is now preserved at Bressingham Hall, near Diss, in Norfolk.
Back in 1980, Driver Mather of Saltley depot prepares to take 31121 from Daw Mill colliery to Washwood Heath yard in Birmingham. The train is unfitted (brakes only on the loco and caboose). 31121 ... (more)
Line up of various locomotives and units used on the Great Western over the years during the Old Oak Common open day on 2nd September 2017
D6501 approaches Swanwick whilst hauling a 75 ton breakdown crane, 4 September 2017.
This photo was taken during the latest EMRPS photo charter at the Midland Railway, Butterly.
A Heathrow Express unit prepares to leave Paddington station,London,while a Great Western Turbo stands in the adjacent platform with a local service.
A Southern Trains Class 377, looking rather workworn at the front, awaits departure from Littlehampton station, on the English South Coast, with a service to London Victoria.
A view from 344ft up the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth. We can see two South West Trains Class 450s waiting to depart for London Waterloo from Portsmouth Harbour station. The Gosport Ferry is at... (more)
A York to Plymouth service runs along the sea wall at Dawlish.
Transportation Intersection. As we tourists were waiting to go to Dover, I caught this EMU entering the station as a man waited to board with his bicycle. Being from from the U.S., I was am... (more)
Ex British Railways Standard Class 4MT 2-6-4T #80151 approaches Horsted Keynes Station with a down working from Kingscote to Sheffield Park.
Hard to believe that these units are now 25 years old. Here, 165035 leaves Oxford for London Paddington in 1992. A sister "Turbo" unit is stabled in the sidings on the left.
HST power cars 43020 and 43021 are on a test run from Derby works. Seen at Saltley, Birmingham in 1980.
A DMU in a short-lived colour scheme is seen stabled at Birmingham New St station in 1982.
Inside the signal box at Weybourne station on the North Norfolk Railway. The signalman looks proudly at his levers