The Lindsey to Kingsbury fuel tanks is about to pass under the M1 motorway behind 60049 on a cold & frosty morning.
60091 pulls out of Elford Loop and passed Portway on the last leg of its journey to Kingsbury oil terminal.
In shiny new DB Schenker paint,60091 passes Lockington on 6M57 Lindsey to Kingsbury fuel tanks.
Teenage Cancer Trust liveried 60074 passes Lockington on the Lindsey to Kingsbury fuel tanks.
DB Schenker 60099 in Tata Steel livery passes a snowy Lockington on a Lindsey to Kingsbury aviation fuel train.This is the U.K's earliest widespread snowfall in 17 years.
The Class 60s didn't receive the expected number boost when sandite season arrived, so they are still extremely rare to see. Freight of a morning is still sparse on the 2 mile 3% climb of the Lick... (more)
Since the worldwide economic downturn, freight in the UK has become even harder to find for photographers. Happily, a recent addition on Mondays only from Margam to Kingsbury has been running, for... (more)
60040 waits in Elford loop with 6M57 Lindsey to Kingsbury tanks 17/10/09
60085 'Mini-Pride of Oxford' passes through Burton on Trent on the 07:17 Lindsey to Kingsbury aviation fuel tanks.
60091 on the 07:17 Lindsey Oil Terminal to Kingsbury passes Attenborough Nature Reserve.
60054 is about to pass under the M1 motorway on the 07:17 Lindsey to Kingsbury fuel tanks.