Ex-South Afrian Railways Garratt no 143 is seen leaving Caernarvon station on the Welsh Highland Railway. This was the last locomotive built by Beyer, Peacock and Company in Manchester in 1958.
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is a large village on the island of Anglesey in Wales. The long name was artificially contrived in the 1860s to give the station the long... (more)
47401 passes the Midland Railway Signalbox at Butterley with a train from Swanwick Junction.
A pair of Colas Rail class 37 locos,37219 and 37175,pass Gloucester during a Barry Docks to Kings Norton (Birmingham) move.The locos are still going strong,despite having been in main line service... (more)
Beautifully restored Wickham built Class 109 Railcar. This until was withdrawn from front line service in 1981.
South Tynedale railway had a guest locomotive last weekend. Darjeeling No 19 , an 0-4-0 which used to work in the Himalayas. Gentle hills of Northumberland were of no consequence to this delightfu... (more)
37275 passes the GWR Semaphore Signal at the entrance to Buckfastleigh Station with a train from Totnes.
A Battle of Britain Class steam locomotive slides into Highly past hundreds of enthusiasts and attendees. This main line locomotive has recently returned to SVR once pulled fast mainline trains.
A Class 360 rushes through the busy Stratford City station as rush hour begins.
Kings Cross train heads south from Durham
A Voyager DMU set flashes through South Kenton. These Class 221's are used on services that get away from the electrically powered west coast mainline.
Rebuilt 'West Country' class 4-6-2 No 34046 Braunton heads a Pathfinder tours train from Bristol Temple Meads to Canterbury West which it took over from diesel power at Willesden, London on a rath... (more)
Coal train heads south from Durham