In appalling weather conditions the engines return the railtour to Manchester from Carlisle. This scene could be dated back to the 1960s with the telegraph poles still standing
A very stormy morning with great waves near the station Dawlish: First Great Western is passing, taken from the pedestrain-bridge
Day 2 of the East Lancs Railway Steam Gala
In an uncharacteristically bright interlude between the seemingly endless dreary weather, two of Britain's classic 4-6-0 'Mixed Traffic' locomotives cross the River Irwell. Formerly with rival com... (more)
The Westgate area of Gloucester is very prone to flooding,and the railway runs along a viaduct to avoid the regular waterlogging.Here,the Robeston to Westerleigh service,hauled by 60092,crosses th... (more)
The North British Locomotive Company in Glasgow built EX LMS Jubilee Class 4-6-0 Bahamas 5596 in 1935. She was named Bahamas in 1936. It is seen here in The National Railway Museum, York. It was r... (more)
On the afternoon of January 13th 2014,Colas class66 loco 66847,working 4V30,a Ratcliffe Power Station to Portbury coal empties,became derailed entering the sidings at Gloucester New Yard.After 36 ... (more)
A DBS Class 60 leads a train of oil tankers past the famous Semaphores of Barnetby.
67013 hurries north towards Banbury with a Chiltern Railways express from London Marylebone.
An Arriva Trains Wales service,formed by a class 175 unit,crosses Sackville Viaduct,in Manchester.
221121 passes Shaldon Bridge forming 1S43 06:30 Penzance to Glasgow Central on Saturday 11th January 2014
66145 passing Hatherley, near Cheltenham Spa with a steel train from South Wales.