An HST rolls along the famous sea wall, rolling past the old Coast Guard cottage. The iconic HST 125 now in service for 40 years will be replaced by the Class 800 / 802 series in the years ahead.
Waves lash at an HST. The waves can get considerably bigger here and in February 2014 took out part of the line. With the threat of storms and climate change an inland route is being studied.
GWR HST rolls along the sea wall. This section was destroyed by a storm in 2014 and rebuilt months later. There is talk reopening a route inland as this is the only line into the southwest.
A set of Pacers rolls along the repaired part of the sea wall. A storm in February 2014 destroyed this section. The pacers are set to be withdrawn.
HST! The only HST 125 to wear the new green GWR Livery rolls past the rebuilt section of the sea wall. These iconic trains in their 40th year of service, are set to be withdrawn.
The Severn Valley Railway Diesel Gala this year was plagued by poor weather.In one of the few glimpses of sun on the Friday,a pair of Class 20 locos ascend Eardington Bank,on the approach to Bridg... (more)
68008 passes Hatton North Jct whilst working the 1615 London Marylebone-Kidderminster
66418 approaches Searchlight Lane Junction whilst working the 1254 Southampton MCT- Trafford Park Freightliner
A Cross Country Voyager arrives in Dawlish with the famous Blenhem in the background. The Voyager sets are not well liked by enthusiasts.
66554 approaches Searchlight Lane Junction whilst hauling a train if barrier wagons from Derby Etches Park to Crewe (the associated stock move was cancelled)
66744 approaches Tyseley whilst working 6M40, 1156 Westbury - Cliff Vale Stud Farm
A Great Western Railways DMU arrives in Dawlish sliding past the pink "Blenheim" with the new GWR livery.