A late running 4-car Northern Rail commuter train departs Ribblehead on the Settle - Carlisle Line.
The class 142 'Pacer' passenger units are aging and uncomfortable, but they do a valuable job on lightly-used local lines. This unit was resting between duties in York in November 2007.
153 324 at Lincoln Central during the last few days of semaphore signal opearion.
On a clear winter's afternoon in the English country-side, DMU 158 797 stops at Garsdale on its way to Carlisle. At the end of the platform you can see the Signal Cabin and a Semaphore Signal set ... (more)
On a foggy evening in York, this colourful 158 Class Diesel Multiple Unit sits stabled in the dock platform.
Two Northern Rail Class 158s pass with trains to and from Blackpool at Salwick. The people on the platform are not passengers, they are waiting to see a steam special to pass through.
A Class 158 crosses the road whilst rushing through Bamber Bridge with a Yorkshire to Blackpool service. Some guys having an evening beer at the Lancs & Yorks pub look on as it passes through the ... (more)
One of the most famous locations in railway history. Rainhill Station, scene of the Rainhill Trials where Stephenson's Rocket proved to be the most suitable locomotive in 1829. The Liverpool and M... (more)
Rainhill lives up to its name with a downpour as a Class 150 leaves for Liverpool Lime Street.
Class 323 238 stands at the buffer stop at Manchester Piccadilly one evening in March 2005.
Old semaphore signals still extant at Blackpool North in 2006 as a Class 175 arrives from Manchester.
A colourful combination of a Metro Train Class 144 and Northern livery Class 153, seen heading north towards Hellfield in the spectacularly scenic Yorkshire Dales.
The line was closed north of ... (more)
Taken at 3am, whilst waiting for the first train of the day.