Portrait of a dinkie. In November, 1958, 0-4-0T number 13, a 1929 product of Davenport Locomotive Works, was shepherding cars of sugar beets at Great Western Sugar Company’s Loveland plant, its pe... (more)
GWR Heritage liveried 57604 heads south at Totnes with a Exeter St Davids to Penzance passenger working.
HST London bound on this beautiful sunny day.
HST traveling on this sunny day from London to points west. Waves a bit rough on the beautiful sunny day making sea wall wet, persons trying to avoid getting wet as the enjoy their stroll.
With the news of the railway placing its entire fleet of MLW M420's up for sale, time is running out for fans to catch these beasts roaming the prairies of Saskatchewan. Great Western Railway 2000... (more)
The annual sugar beet campaign is underway in northern Colorado as Great Western Railway SW-1’s 62 and 63 with caboose 1010 set out in late afternoon, October 26, 1968, from Johnstown for Loveland... (more)
Blustery day, London bound HST 125 rolls past locals out enjoying a stroll along the sea wall.
A misty English afternoon.
An HST swings into the Welsh capital while a 170 with a Cross Country service departs. The scene will change in the years ahead when the Great Western Main Line is electrified.
An HST swings along the sea wall in Dawlish. Now if you look very closely you can spot the 40th anniversary HST power car bringing up the rear. It's 43002 painted in BR colors.
By the sea! Great Western HST blasts through Dawlish. This railway station is exceptionally unique that it sits upon a sea wall and has a history of wave damage.
An HST rolls along the famous sea wall, rolling past the old Coast Guard cottage. The iconic HST 125 now in service for 40 years will be replaced by the Class 800 / 802 series in the years ahead.
Waves lash at an HST. The waves can get considerably bigger here and in February 2014 took out part of the line. With the threat of storms and climate change an inland route is being studied.
GWR HST rolls along the sea wall. This section was destroyed by a storm in 2014 and rebuilt months later. There is talk reopening a route inland as this is the only line into the southwest.
A set of Pacers rolls along the repaired part of the sea wall. A storm in February 2014 destroyed this section. The pacers are set to be withdrawn.