59205 with an empty 'Jumbo' stone train passes through Twyford.
59005 with an empty stone train on the Berks & Hants line between Reading to Westbury.
59203 accelerates from Southcote Jn towards the quarries of Somerset with an empty aggregates trains.
This special journey took place between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Uxbridge was a rare opportunity to experience steam along this particular route and the last time this is likely to happen on this se... (more)
One hundred and five 'M7' class 0-4-4 Tanks of Dugald Drummond's design were built for the London & South Western Railway.They were built at Nine Elms (95) and Eastleigh (10) between March 1897 un... (more)
Photo charters always rely on that most uncertain of elements - good fortune. A stiff breeze and (as here) an occasional threatening cloud added variety to a changeable forecast, but there were so... (more)
Centuries ago, the Rother levels in Kent were reclaimed from the sea and the Hexden channel still weaves across the fen-like landscape draining into the nearby River Rother. Late evening sun silho... (more)
The days of the cross-country pick-up freight were already numbered long before the end of steam in Britain. Although such operations were hopelessly uneconomic, delightfully bucolic scenes such a... (more)
Barber, recently restored, heads a service train towards Kirkhaugh station.
Barber Titleys has strong ties to this locomotive – it was named after Francis Barber, one of the founders of the firm. Francis Barber was chairman of the Harrogate Gas Works Company, and when the... (more)
66620 passing Twyford with a Peak Forest - Earles cement train.
66502 passing Didcot Parkway, under the shadow of the cooling towers of the disused coal burning Didcot 'A' power station. These towers have now been demolished, though gas is still burned at the ... (more)
43147 passes Steppingstone Lane bridge, Bourton, heading for London Paddington.
66558 passes Steppingstone Lane bridge, Bourton, with the Wentloog - Southampton intermodal service.
70803 passes the former station at Shrivenham, with the morning Westbury Yard to Bescot engineers train.