One of the few Cross Country HST's curves by Langstone Rock heading for points west.
Voyager passing along the famous sea wall.
RP contributor Maryann waves at the driver and passengers aboard a set of Pacers as the local stopping service accelerates out of Dawlish. These units are slated to be withdrawn.
A Great Western Railway HST departs Dawlish bound for London.
A Class 150/1 makes a stop on a chilly morning in Dawlish. The Class 150/1's are also due to be retired soon, replaced by class 150/2's. The local services are used heavily by many.
An HST flashes past Marine Parade on a cold morning. The pink building in the upper right of the photo is "The Blenhiem" a wonderful B&B which is a must for any rail enthusiast.
An HST flashes past Marine Parade, seen from The Blenheim.
Today brought snow, hail, rain and thunder to parts of the UK. Here in Dawlish we had a dramatic sky for a while. View of this 220 is from The Bleheim a must for any rail enthusiast.
A Voyager DMU hustles through the seaside town of Dawlish. Most of the Cross Country services are operated with these DMU's
A HST set blasts through Dawlish UK during a spell of sunshine on a rather chilly day. Our 2nd visit here yielded plenty of trains including these HST's who's days are numbered.
FEC 226 with four motors this morning. That is an LNG tender between the first two.
FEC Family Days special with the newly repainted "St. Augustine" now in Champion Colors, top and tailed by Susan Komen.
A new scheme now is that FEC 905 brings cars from NSB to Jax on Fridays. Makes the Bunnell northbound shot easier to get.
FEC 226 with the set that premiered LNG fuel onto the railway.
The time change allows one to shoot FEC 107 now and today's 107 head one of the LNG sets plus a EMD in tow.