A regular working for one of the few remaining class 60 locomotives is the 05.00 Robeston to Westerleigh tank service. Here the train approaches Naas Crossing,having just passed Gloucester,with ju... (more)
An Edinburgh to London Kings Cross express arrives at Doncaster,with the unpowered Driving Van Trailer leading. The class 91 electric loco at the other end of the train will be providing the power... (more)
Broad Street station in London opened in 1865. By 1902 it was handling 27 million passengers a year,although a steady decline in use saw the station finally close for good in 1986. The site is now... (more)
An unpowered Driving Trailer leads a Wrexham to London Marylebone service into Banbury station. This small company run a handful of trains between London and Wrexham,using a class 67 loco on one e... (more)
A "Super Voyager", with a Manchester to Bournemouth service,passes the signalbox at Banbury North as it slows for the Banbury station stop.
66043 has just passed Oxford station with a short freight for Didcot. In the background,a class 165 unit has just arrived from London Paddington.
A class 185 unit,working a Manchester Airport to Cleethorpes service,prepares to leave Barnetby station.
A class 66 loco powers a freight service through Doncaster station.
Ex-Anglia Railways electric loco 86217 is one of several dozen out of use machines stored at the former Ministry Of Defence depot at Long Marston.
With the withdrawal of the few remaining class 60s seemingly imminent,it's nice to look back to when you could see half a dozen a day in one location. Here is a member of the class drifting throug... (more)
92203 "Black Prince" drifts through the cutting at Greet with a service for Gotherington.
37248,in West Coast Railway Company livery,is at the head of a Gotherington to Winchcombe service. The train is seen emerging from Greet Tunnel as it nears the end of its journey.
92203 "Black Prince" arrives at Gotherington with a service from Toddington. These 9F class locos were the last steam engines built for British Railways,and were mainly found on freight workings,a... (more)
A London bound High Speed Train has just left Gloucester station,and is seen passing over Horton Road Crossing.
66185 catches the golden evening light as it heads away from Gloucester with a Round Oak to Margam freight.