80072 on a photo charter south of Cheddleton at the Churnet Valley Railway on 20th February 2010
Ex GWR King class 6024 King Edward I makes a fine sight passing Compton Beauchamp with the Bristolian railtour from Bristol to London Paddington. A matching set of WR chocolate and cream stock hel... (more)
A panned shot of "Jinty" no. 47324 at Burrs, East Lancashire Railway, while working a Friday morning train from Heywood to Rawtenstall. If you look closely, you can see the fireman has a cup of te... (more)
6024 King Edward I passes Dawlish heading for Kingswear with the Torbay Express.
An extremely rare visit to Gloucester by a pair of class 27 locos.The engines had worked in with a freight train and were returning North. Both locos spent the majority of their working lives in S... (more)
A photograph from before the West Coast mainline was electrified.Here,a pair of diesel multiple units are seen leaving with a service for Windemere,in the Lake District.
58028 takes the Leamington line at Bordesley Junction with a coal train for Didcot power station. A class 31 banker (helper) will be assisting at this point. Coventry Road bus depot dominates the ... (more)
Having been hauled by diesel loco from London to Gloucester, and having to temper their disappointment at the unavailability of A1 Tornado, the passnegers get a rousing demonstration of the pinnac... (more)
BR Class 55 'Deltic' D9009 'Alycidon' arrives with the 2A03 0915 Loughborough - Leicester North service. The coaching stock included four of the newly restored 'Great Central Pullman' set and are... (more)
On a very dull evening, 8F no. 48151 crosses the magnificent Batty Moss viaduct at Ribblehead with the returning Waverley railtour from Carlisle to York.
Saltley depot has now closed. Back in 1992, however, careful examination shows 6 class 47s, a 31, a 37, 3 class 58s and a 153 sprinter. Sprinter units were not normal visitors, this one was for cr... (more)
A very busy and snowy view of Leicester shed. Visible are 2 class 47s, a 31, 3 56s and 3 60s.
55022 "Royal Scots Grey" departs Kings Cross in the mid 1970's. Photo by the late T.E. Baxendale.