Pannier 1501 is the only surviving example of 10 GWR 1500 class 0-6-0PT shunting engines. It was built at Swindon by the Western Region of British Railways in 1949.
45212 is one of Ian Riley's fleet of "Black Fives" based at Heywood. She is one of the earliest examples of what would become a hugely popular and widespread class, and entered into serv... (more)
The GWR large Prairie 5199 was built at Swindon in December 1934, a member of the 5101 class introduced by C.B. Collett in 1929 as a rebuilt of Churchwards's 3101 class.
LMS class 7P Royal Scot 46100 ROYAL SCOT climbing past
Darnholme with the 09.30 Grosmont to Pickering service
First day of the new season on the North Yorkshire Moors railway and 46100 "Royal Scot", a guest engine for the first week, heads a train towards Goathland Summit.
After costing 4.5 million pounds to restore and 10 years in the restoration Flying Scotsman is wowing the nation.this week it has been to the North Yorkshire Moors railway for a weeks visit and hu... (more)
Ex L.N.E.R class B.1 61306 MAYFLOWER climbing up from Grosmont to Goathland with the 10.30 Grosmont - Pickering service.
Class Q.6 working hard up the bank passing Darnholme despite many bouts of slipping still manages to get its train up to Goathland
USA war department locomotive leaves a smoke trail in the valley as it heads north with a passenger train.
Class24 D5061 runs round its train at Pickering prior to forming the 10:00 to Grosmont.