The Royal Albert Bridge designed and built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel was opened in 1859 by Prince Albert. A class 150 unit leaves England and cross’s the River Tamer to Cornwall. The road bridge ... (more)
An unidentified HST slows for the curves at Teignmouth station on its way to London Paddington
Wearing the overall livery of the no longer existent Silverlink TOC, 150127 is seen on the bank of the River Teign, the train has just passed Teignmouth and I'm stood at Shaldon on the other river... (more)
Despite the wholesale replacement of loco hauled services, occassionally TOCs find themselves short of units and revert to the old guard. Operated by GBRf with locos hired from DBS and on behalf o... (more)
Probably the UKs most famous modern train, travelling along the UKs most famous stretch of railway at Dawlish. A major cloud was just about to rain on my parade however
A diverted Swansea to London Paddington service approaches Gloucester on a very cold December morning.
class 150 278 in Arriva Train Wales livery forms the last train on the Looe Valley Line, the FGW 18.34 Looe - Liskeard.
Despite the freezing temperatures I couldn't turn down an opportunity to take some shots with sun on snow, although I only managed an hour or so before I began to lose all feeling in my feet. AN F... (more)
The harshest winter weather since 1981/2 has finally reached southern England. Even here some rural spots have been down as low as zero degress farenheit (around -18C) overnight. An unidentified F... (more)
In the eveningsun this localtrain is arriving at the station Penzance
A diverted London Paddington to Swansea service passes Keenes Crossing on the outskirts of Gloucester.
A First Great Western HST leaves Plymouth) formerly North Road) with an express for London Paddington.
A First Great Western Class 158 departing Bath in the colours of First Groups 'Transpennine Express' franchise.