Its hard to keep up with livery variations in the UK. This is the first FGW HST set I've seen with all the doors picked out in red. No two sets seem the same at the moment
With Dawlish in the background, 150243 bursts between the tunnels on the way to Teignmouth.
180114 passes behind the beach Coryton Cove with an early morning service to London Paddington.
A recently re liveried and re engined 43133 departing Bath Spa for London Paddington.
Last photo of the day. An HST heads east at Crofton curve in the evening sun. Of course, another westbound turned up just as a I was driving off !
The famous lock at Little Bedwyn. This location features in most books focusing on the Western Region in the 1960/70's hydraulic era
A westbound FGW HST set at Hungerford Common. I couldn't believe how much the vegetation has grown and closed in this location in both directions since I last visited here in the 80's
A westbound FGW HST set passes a lock on the Kennet and Avon between Hungerford and Little Bedwyn
A lone passenger enjoys the late afternoon sun. The train behind her will form the overnight sleeper service to London (Paddington) - Britain's only surviving overnight passenger service to the We... (more)
First Great Western's prime business train from the Bristol corridor, the 0622 Weston-super-Mare to London Paddington seen leaving Bath Spa.
An FGW Adelante unit passing colourful fields between Reading and Newbury, with an evening departure from London Paddington to the West Country.
Bombardier Class 165 enters Reading General Station
150232 in the picturesque Avon Valley with a Bristol bound service.
FGW 158 unit crossing the viaduct east of Bath Spa.
158746 between Dawlish and Dawlish Warren, minutes before a deluge of rain.