Class 40 no. 40145 climbs towards Bristol with an excursion.The train has just exited the Severn Tunnel,passing from Wales into England.
An everyday sight at Bristol as a service prepares to depart for Weston-Super-Mare.The scene is complete with the obligatory late running passengers.
A1 Pacific 60163 'Tornado' leaves Bristol Temple Meads at the head of the first 'Torbay Express' (09.15 Bristol - Kingswear) of the summer season, 5/7/09. ©www.railphotoprints.co.uk - John Chalcra... (more)
150121 running over 30min late on the 1747 Bristol Parkway - Weston-super-Mare service, shortly after leaving Parson Street station. FGW took on two of these units were taken over from Silverlink ... (more)
31233 propelling a Network Rail engineers measurement train through Parson Street near Bristol, en route from Derby RTC to Laira Depot.
34067 'Tangmere' leaves Bristol Temple Meads with the 09.17 'Past Time Rail' 'Torbay Express' service to Kingswear, 13/7/08. ©www.railphotoprints.co.uk - John Chalcraft
Britain's new build A1 Pacific 60163 'Tornado' leaving Bristol with the 'Severn Coast Express' bound for Minehead on the West Somerset Railway.
66034 descends Filton bank, with a coal train bound for Portbury.
No fewer than 3 class 47s on a stock move, seen on the descent of Filton Bank, bound for Eastleigh.
The Fawley to Tavistock Junction fuel oil train passes flowering gorse while heading south from Bristol about an hour late. (Just as well - it was raining cats and dogs when the train was due!)
A Cross Country Voyager on the outskirts of Bristol.
A recently refreshed FGW High Speed Train leaving Bristol, bound for London.
A railtour hauled by two repainted Class 37 locomotives awaits a very early departure from Bristol Temple Meads
A mixed freight of scrap, and china clay wagons from Alexandra Dock Junction, Newport (Gwent) to St Blazey Yard in Cornwall, seen here at Parson Street on the edge of Bristol, running slightly lat... (more)
A scene from 1982. 33 009 prepares to leave Bristol with a train for Cardiff. These services are now DMUs, like almost every other passenger service in GB.