Another area of the narrow gauge which has been recently opened. Here guest engine 104 is at the head of a train carrying sawn wood. The traction engine has been harnessed to drive a belt which in... (more)
This weekend is Beamish museum's annual steam fair and this year it has a World War 1 theme. In the pit yard two narrow gauge steam locomotives vie for attention with a narrow gauge armoured senti... (more)
47830 hauls an early running 5V56 06:00 Kilmarnock to Laira GWR stock move through Totnes on Saturday 9th April 2016
Replica locomotive the Steam Elephant backs onto its coaches in the shed yard at Beamish museum. This locomotive was built using only an oil painting that was in the museum's collection for guide ... (more)
Bowes railway only opens once a month and doesn't always feature steam running so this was quite a rare occasion. No 22 heads a demonstration freight up the line on a sunny Sunday afternoon
A speculative plan was hatched the previous evening - but it would be a long-shot... After prolonged overnight rain the weather forecast was for the skies to clear by mid-afternoon. The appropriat... (more)
Back in 1984 a 2 HAP EMU leads a London Waterloo to Reading service into Staines, passing several more units in the sidings.
Stephenson Railway museum probably has the least scenic stretch of line in the whole of the UK. Built around a test line for the Tyne and Wear Metro system in the 1970's it features a straight len... (more)
"Bauxite No.2" was built in 1874 by the firm of Black Hawthorn,Gateshead,and worked until 1947 at International Aluminium Co. Ltd. It's job was to haul wagonloads of (yes,you've got ther... (more)
Sadly now removed from the skyline these signals dominated the exit from Barnetby for many years. A class 60 heads for the coast with a rake of oil tankers a few days before colour lights were ins... (more)
It is beginning to feel as though spring is just around the corner as 66594 passes Worting Junction on a glorious March day while working the Wentloog - Southampton intermodal.
Wearing original EWS livery 66120 heads through Washwood Heath with a train of imported cars from Southampton to Garston.
86637 heads a container train between Marks Tey and Kelvedon.