A Shepperton to London Waterloo service,formed of two class 455 units,calls at Clapham Junction.
A pair of South West Trains Desiro units make their way to London,shortly after leaving Basingstoke.
A Class 444 passes Clapham Junction on its way to London Waterloo.
The suns rays glimmer through the salt spray from the ocean as a Southwest Trains Class 159 DMU rolls around the Dawlish Sea Wall.
A pair of Class 159s pass Dawlish with the Basingstoke to Paignton service on an unusually hot late summers day in September whilst a couple take a walk in the sea
Waterloo Station, one of the busiest terminals in the UK, seen from the London Eye.
A Class 444 and a Class 450 stand in the carriage sheds at Clapham Junction Station. The sidings to the right are packed with trains.
Just as the sun comes out following a heavy rain shower, a Class 444 approaches Clapham Junction Station (said to be the busiest station in the world) on a service from Waterloo.
Just as the sun comes out following a heavy rain shower, a Class 159 leaves Clapham Junction Station (said to be the busiest staiion in the world) and heads for Waterloo.
A class 159 three-car DMU runs beside an angry sea on the 12.20 London Waterloo to Plymouth service.
2 Southwest trains Desiros cross just south of Eastleigh station.
A double Class 159 set arrives at the Salisbury station.
A Class 455 crossing a bankside road by the River Thames at Kingston, on its way to Waterloo.
An Class 455 crosses the River Thames at Kingston on its way to Waterloo.