Drayton Park Northern Line depot was closed in October 1975 shortly after this photo was taken. This view is looking north towards Finsbury Park. The operational signal cabin can be seen above the... (more)
A pair of BLS railway (Switzerland) class 485s keep company with various German locomotives at Mannheim Rbf shed.
An example of each of the three remaining types of Bulleid pacific on display at Eastleigh 100 open day. From left to right, 35005 "Canadian Pacific" (Merchant Navy class), 34070 "Manston" and 340... (more)
One of the Harz system's powerful metre gauge 2-10-2 tank locos is coaled up ready for the day's operations.
Ex Southern Railway #850 "Lord Nelson" belongs to the National Collection and currently wears the attractive SR malachite green livery.
Falsgrave signal box sits on the West end of Scarborough station. The station 'box was closed in 1984, leaving this one to control the entire layout. Note the North Eastern region orange sign and ... (more)
This vertical boiler locomotive was the first steam loco to arrive on the LBNGR in 1968. It was built in 1877 by DeWinton in Caernarfon, Wales and spent it's working life at various slate quarries... (more)
Former ÖBB class 1042 is now operated by Centralbahn in Germany and carries a special livery to celebrate 40 years of Eisenbahn Kurier magazine.
153s 357 and 374 at the former Great Northern Railway station of Lincoln Central, now the only remaining station in the city.
The Isle of Mull Railway was opened in 1984 to transport visitors arriving on the ferry from Oban to Torosay Castle, this loco, named Victoria, is the largest on the line. Some more details can be... (more)
One of the popular class 52 "Western" locos during it's final days in service.
"Talent" unit leaving Kreuzberg on an Ahrbruck to Bonn RB service.
The former junction station of Triptis has not yet been rebuilt by DB so still shows the signs of its previous importance.
CO/CP stock farewell tour leaving Earl's Court.
The former London Underground 1938 stock now in service on the Isle of Wight have now lost their dinosaur livery in favour of this dark red. This is very similar to their original livery when firs... (more)