A study of a stabled 33048 at Waterloo. This locomotive was withdrawn from service in February 1997 and is currently preserved.
A fly spattered 50046 'Ajax' waits at Waterloo for its next duty, which on this day was the 11:10 service to Exeter St. David's.
50042 'Triumph' waits at Waterloo on the 17:10 service to Exeter St. David's.
50041 'Bulwark' waits at Waterloo with the 11:10 service to Exeter St. David's. Bulwark was withdrawn in April 1990 and cut up at Old Oak Common in July 1991.
Waterloo Station, one of the busiest terminals in the UK, seen from the London Eye.
Evening come early in the UK this time of year, by 15:00 on a miserable November day it's dark enough for headlamps to show up clearly. Waterloo is the largest station in the UK and sees many arri... (more)
Late evening at Waterloo, whilst waiting for a Eurostar service to depart I turned the camera round to the station approaches, to find three trains waiting to enter the terminus and one departing,... (more)
All steamed up for Oktoberfest in the Golden Triangle. No 9 put on a great show.
A view of the station throat of London's Waterloo taken from an overlooking tall building.
Rebuilt 'Battle of Britain' class Pacific No 34052 departs from Waterloo with the 18.00 train to Salisbury as BR Standard '4MT' 2-6-4T No 80012 arrives with an empty stock train.
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Had to get my knees dirty for this shot!
After years of neglect, London's commuter rail systems have recently invested in large amounts of new rolling stock.
One year old 450041 shares an evening with 421316 preparing to work her final train from Waterloo after being in service since 1970.