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.
Evening come early in the UK this time of year, by 15:00 on a miserable November day it's dark enough for headlamps to show up clearly. Waterloo is the largest station in the UK and sees many arri... (more)