A First Great Western HST rounds the curve onto the Dawlish Sea Wall on a breezy winters day.
A First Great Western Class 142 rounds the curve onto the Dawlish Sea Wall.
An Arriva Cross Country Voyager set negotiates the corner onto the Dawlish Sea Wall while another commuter train stops at a station in the distance.
The fastest steam locomotive in the world, LNER #4468, Mallard, rests quietly and proudly on display in the main hall of the National Railway Museum in York with her paint shining nicely.
An Arriva Cross Country Voyager races along the mainline from York, heading south towards Colton and points further on.
A Northern Rail Class 158 DMU races along the flats north of Colton Junction with a mid-afternoon commuter service.
A GBRf Coal train snakes its way through the yard, bound for the coal unloader a while away yet.
Special liveried 66522 leads a Freightliner coal train through Colton. This locomotive was the only one(?) to recieve this livery, as the partnership with Shanks never eventuated.
An EWS Coal train heads north through Colton Junction.
An Arriva Cross Country Voyager set races towards Colton Junction, just south of York.
A 2-car Northern Rail Class 158 DMU runs along the main Electrified railway from York near Colton Junction.
The still in use Mechanical Signalling on the Settle - Carlisle line allows gems like the wonderfully restored Garsdale Signal Box to be seen still in action today. In the background there is one ... (more)
A late running 4-car Northern Rail commuter train departs Ribblehead on the Settle - Carlisle Line.
An EWS freight service slowly crosses the famous Ribblehead Viaduct, on the Settle - Carlisle Railway in England.
A South Western commuter train (3rd Rail electrified) on a service out of Ashford