Class 68, the newest type of locomotive in the UK leads an empty passenger stock train through Stratford.
The newest stock on the 150 year old London Underground departs Notting Hill Gate. When originally opened the underground used steam power which required ventilation.
Old and the new...London Underground is the oldest underground or subway in the world. Here the latest stock on the line can be seen rolling through historic Notting Hill Gate station.
London Underground, D78 stock is the last of the old "sub surface" stock on the Underground. These cars will be replaced by "S" stock by 2016.
Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway locomotive # 88 built in 1914, passes a line token. The 88 was a guest from the West Somerset Railway and will be off line for an overhaul soon.
Enthusiasts capture the action is 43106 runs around her carriages at Bewdley in the rain.
During the Autumn Steam Gala LMS Ivatt Class 4 43106 simmers at Bewdley Station.
An ancient Class 8 totes in some carriages for the 1054 departure during the Steam Gala. I always wanted to see a Class 8 and was pleasantly surprised.
A Heathrow Express 320 set stands at Padington Station as an HST boards passengers. Paddington is FGW's main London terminal as well as a direct rail link to busy Heathrow airport.
A London Overground set rolls into Stratford after a journey through west and north London. The Overground compliments the Undergroud. Without rail, London would be crippled.
Abellio Rail Great Eastern is one of the few intercity operators still using loco hauled trains. Here a Class 90 rushes through Stratford, bound for Liverpool St in London.
Check out the "artwork" on the nose. The class 360 EMU is one of the newer type of sets in the UK.
Double headed Class 66's lead a liner from the north London line onto the Great Eastern line bound for a container terminal. These workhorses are built off of a frame of an SD70.
Two 50 year old Class 86 motors lead a Tilbury liner past the "Overgound". These electrics that once saw widespread use in the UK, only a handfull of which are still used regularly.
A set of Class 321's head out of London. The City of London could not function without the vast railway networks supporting it.