D5081 near Williton on the West Somerset Railway.
S&DJR No.88 on the West Somerset Railway.
D7017 at Kentsford Farm, near Watchet on the picturesque West Somerset Railway.
Class 47 No. D1661 "North Star" was built at Crewe Works,and delivered new to British Rail in February 1965.The loco worked steadily for the next 42 years,finally being withdrawn in May ... (more)
The Manor class locomotives were the lightest of all the Great Western Railways 4-6-0s. They were designed to work secondary cross country routes that were not built to carry the heaviest of expre... (more)
On withdrawal from service all of the A1 class were broken up. A group of enthusiasts felt that such an important class of locomotive should be recreated. Having a set of drawings, money was raise... (more)
The Kings were the most powerful 4-6-0 in Britain. In 1927 the first member of the class visited the US for the Baltimore & Ohio centenary celebrations. It was presented with a bell, that it still... (more)
These locomotives were used on the former Great Western railway, mostly on country branch lines. They performed a variety of duties with both light passenger and freight workings. They are ideally... (more)
88 works hard against the gradient northbound. It carries the 'Prussian Blue' livery of the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway. These were designed primarily as freight locomotives, but were employ... (more)
The first train of the day enters Blue Anchor. The signalman prepares to exchange 'tokens' with the footplate crew. The token ensures that only one train can enter a single line section at a time,... (more)
Britannia visiting the West Somerset Railway for the annual spring gala.
Diesel shunter D 2133 of the 03 class was built at Swindon in 1960 for the British Railway. It is with WSR since 1994 and usually is shunter in Minehead.
"Large Prairie" class 2-6-2 tank engine # 4160 of the West Somerset Railway in the Bishops Lydeard station, just arrived from Minehead.