66005 is seen heading towards Barnetby with one of the newest flows to appear on the UK network- imported biomass. This train is heading from the port of Immingham to Drax power station which has ... (more)
The Rugeley Power Station to Stoke Gifford workings have lately produced a Class 70 loco on quite a regular basis,so a rare period of January sunshine was the perfect excuse to capture one.Here,70... (more)
66213 passes Barnetby East box with one of the many daily coal trains from Immingham dock.
By next year the box, along with the traditional semaphore signals will be gone.
A work-worn 60035 approaches New Barnetby crossing with an Immingham - Santon loaded Iron Ore train. This route is now the sole surviving Iron Ore rail operation in the UK bringing imported ore to... (more)
On hire to Direct Rail Services, DB Schenker class 92 electric no. 92005 slaloms its way south through the West Coast Main Line's curves in rural Staffordshire with an intermodal service from Scot... (more)
My final sunset for 2014- and what a sunset it is!
60035 passes the semaphores at Barnetby with its train of empty iron ore tipplers from Santon to Immingham docks. By next year the Semaphores sh... (more)
Surrounded by a thick frost Freightliner 66589 and 66542 haul a container train out of Lawley Street Freightliner terminal (Birmingham) bound for Felixstowe Docks.
An unidentified class 390 runs alongside the frozen canal at Ansty, nr Coventry with a express bound for northern England.
66533 runs "light engine" through Washwood Heath en route to Hams Hall container terminal.
A beautiful clear day at the resort of Dawlish,on the Devon Coast,sees an unidentified "Voyager" set passing with a Penzance to Glasgow Central working.
Lat running of the year with Twizell on duty
The Great Marquess powering away from Irwell Vale on the East Lancashire Railway
Delivered new to British Railways as D6948 in October 1964,Class 37 loco 37248 (the number she received in 1973 as part of the B.R. renumbering system) was withdrawn from main line use in February... (more)