After arriving with 6m25 from Croft (Leicestershire) 66625 draws its loaded train through the unloading bunker. The stone is then used in the concrete plant.At present 3 trains a week serve the pl... (more)
47830 Working a 5z19 Selhurst to Wolverton works with 456007 in tow . This unit was on its way for a repaint from network southeast livery to the new southern colours .
As Clan Line approches Clapham Junction Station a keen photographer captures the action.
159108 and 450024 Approach Clapham Junction Station.
One of the two prototype 4-6-0s designed by G.J. Churchward for the Great Western Railway, No 98 is seen with a group of admirers when new in 1903, waiting to leave Paddington station with a train... (more)
A Class 377 passes Clapham Junction on its way to London Victoria.
A Class 444 passes Clapham Junction on its way to London Waterloo.
Pedestrians wait patiently as a Croydon Tram crosses Dundonald Road, Wimbledon. No barriers here, just traffic lights. These trams used to be painted in a quite pleasant red and white. Now they ar... (more)
Battle of Britain Class no. 34067 Tangmere stands in Clapham Yard after it had arrived at London Waterloo with a main line special from Portsmouth Harbour. Later, the loco would return to the Sou... (more)
47 787 brings the stock from the main line steam special from Portsmouth to Waterloo into Clapham Yard. The steam loco is still on the other end.
Southern Trains Class 455 EMU passes under thesignal gantry as it approaches Clapham Junction.
Battle of Britain Class no. 34067 Tangmere approaches Clapham Junction with a main line special from Portsmouth Harbour to London Waterloo.
The crew of Battle of Britain Class no. 34067 Tangmere watch rearward as the loco reverses into Clapham Yard in between arriving with a special from Portsmouth and departing back from Waterloo.
A Class 313 arrives at Clapham Junction with a cross London service from Willesden Junction. Thanks to Janet for the correction.
"Juniper" no 8008 runs into Clapham Junction with a service from London Waterloo. Boy, these things are so ugly!