The preserved class 117 Diesel Multiple Unit on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is about to leave Toddington station for a short run to Winchcombe.Dating from 1960,these units ran on the ... (more)
The short (0.8miles/1.3km) branch line from Stourbridge Junction station to Stourbridge Town was opened in 1879,and has seen a variety of motive power over the years.The branch is currently worked... (more)
An Orpington to Luton service calls at Kentish Town station,London,on a blisteringly hot summers day.
A Class 180 "Adelante" unit forms a Worcester Foregate Street to London Paddington service,passing Moreton Cutting,Didcot.Built in 2000/1,14 of these 125 m.p.h. sets began life on the Gr... (more)
A Felixstowe to Crewe Basford Hall working passes Stratford station,London.
Network Rails New Measurement Train is a former passenger use High Speed Train with the seating replaced by state of the art computers to record the condition of the track.Here it stands at Barnwo... (more)
A Central Line service emerges from below ground as it arrives at Stratford station,London.
A Nottingham to Cardiff service approaches Ashchurch on a fine December day.
A pair of South West Trains Class 159 units approach Basingstoke with a London Waterloo to Exeter working.
D.B.S. Class 60 locos are still to be found working in several areas of the U.K. - one of the regular workings being the Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tanks.60001 is seen here in charge of the tra... (more)
Photographed from the top of Haresfield Beacon (225 metres),Colas Class 70 No. 70806 passes with a Westbury to Cheltenham engineers working.
It's 06.30,and the morning sun has just risen at Churchdown,as 66719 passes with a Portbury to Hexthorpe Yard working.
After almost 40 years of service,the days of the High Speed Trains on the former Western Region are now numbered.Within a few years,electrification will bring brand new stock,and these reliable wo... (more)
The Daventry to Wentloog "Tesco Express" crosses Westgate Viaduct,Gloucester.The low lying land in this area is very prone to flooding,hence the railway crosses it on a series of viaduct... (more)
Built in 1905 for heavy freight work,Churchward designed "2800 Class" loco 2807 worked until withdrawn in March 1963.The loco then spent the next 17 years stored in the open at Barry scr... (more)