The first train of the morning crosses Glenfinnan Viaduct on its eastbound journey from the coastal village of Mallaig to Fort William. A dusting of fresh May snow coats the higher elevations of t... (more)
While riding up the West Highland Line from Glasgow to Fort William on my honeymoon, I was fascinated by the incredible scenery outside the train's windows. About an hour before reaching our dest... (more)
The last glimmer of sunlight glazes the Lochaber coast as the 18:15 departure from Mallaig climbs away from Glasnacardoch Bay, destined for Fort William and a cross-platform connection with the Lo... (more)
The afternoon service from Glasgow to Mallaig is only a short distance from its ultimate destination as it drifts downgrade alongside the A830 and Glasnacardoch Bay. Behind lie the rugged hills t... (more)
Approaching its penultimate stop, the afternoon Sprinter from Fort William glides over Morar Viaduct, constructed in 1897. The river below may not look like much, but it holds the unique distinct... (more)
A spectacular sunset silhouettes a First ScotRail DMU gliding high above the Firth of Forth at South Queensferry, Scotland. The first few days of my honeymoon visit to Scotland were marked with l... (more)
What happens when immovable objects meet immutable forces? Wild landscapes form, such as this one at the head of Loch nan Uamh where the surging waters of the Atlantic Ocean have spent eons wagin... (more)
In the last minutes before sunset, a westbound Sprinter service from Glasgow scurries along the rugged shore of Glasnacardoch Bay as it nears its ultimate destination, the fishing town of Mallaig.... (more)
Scotland's iconic Forth Bridge is now mercifully without cladding or scaffolding after a 10-year maintenance programme is finally completed. At dusk, a class 158 on an Edinburgh-Fife Circle servic... (more)
These are two trains: in the foreground one is running, the other is standing
The Inverness to London Euston sleeper has one of the three matching class 90s in First group livery as it heads south on the last 40 or so miles of the long journey from Scotland.
First Scotrail 170 478 in SPT Rail livery head south across the Forth Bridge with a service bound for Edinburgh
This photo was taken from the top of the centre (Inchgarvie) tower of the bridge.
Working a Glasgow to Aberdeen train, 170407 crosses the River Tay at Perth on a clear autumn day in 2008.
First Scotrail ''Barbie livery'' 158719 heads West past Breich (On the Shotts line) with an Edinburgh Waverley (Scotland's capital) - Glasgow Central passenger service, Class 156s also operate on ... (more)