Locomotive #3 is decked out in Christmas Lights for the Santa Starlight Express.
The annual empty stock move from Carnforth (Lancashire, England) to Fort William in Scotland in readiness for the summer's 'Jacobite' season of steam trains. Locos are 'Black Five' 45231 and 'K1' ... (more)
Ex GWR No 7822 Foxcote Manor heads through the beautiful Esk Valley at Green End.
Caprotti Standard Class 5 no. 73129 with a breakdown train on a photo charter at the Midland Railway Centre.
The crew look out of the cab of Caprotti Standard 5 no. 73129 in Golden Valley as it climbs with a breakdown train on a photo charter at the Midland Railway Centre.
The “trinity” of the Clinchfield’s successful steam excursion program gathers around the One Spot at a water stop in Johnson City, Tennessee in 1973. Left to right, the road’s chief mechanical off... (more)
Florida East Coast 4-6-0 35, Class 28, was one of 12 Schenectady built 4-6-0s built in 1897. FEC 35 had 63" drivers, 18 x 24 inch cylinders, boiler pressure of 180 lbs, and produced 18,885 lbs of ... (more)
A rare early start from West Wales, Ian Riley's pair of Black 5's with the Cathedrals Explorer make a wonderful sight along the coast at Ferryside
Black 5 45305 climbs the final few yards to the summit at Ais Gill with Wild Boar Fell in the bacground on a rare sunny afternoon
Royal Scot 46115 make easy work of the steep grade to Ais Gill summit on a sunny summer evening
The Annual Scottish Steam Charter
The Great Western Railway steam locomotive no. 7822 Foxcote Manor is a 4-6-0 Manor Class locomotive, built in 1950. Caught running down to Pickering at Moorgates.
6024 'King Edward I' pilots 5029 'Nunney Castle' through Totnes station in full steam with the hard climb up Rattery Bank towards Plymouth immediately ahead of them.