Steel wheel on steel rail, close up at speed, hand held leaning out and hoping for the best.
A scene on the Tanfield Railway, which claims to be the worldfs oldest railway from 1725. There is very little of the modern world in this view with two locos dating from 1891.
The traction e... (more)
Perfect Storm. This was shot in the middle of a thunder and lighning storm, the rain was absolutely torrential with no protection, this was literally lift camera shoot and hope, I am delighted wit... (more)
Under grey skies a First Great Western HST descends Dainton bank on route to London, the pink of the doors neatly matching the spring flowers
Sidney Gardens is steeped in history. the oldest park in the City of Bath. It is listed as a grade 11 and recognised as an important Park on a national level. It was planned and laid out by the ar... (more)
Memories of King's Cross Top Shep as 3 A4 pacifics line up for the day's duties as Grosmont
It maybe just a 'three quarters' sunny shed shot but seeing an A4 in original condition still raises the hairs on the back of the neck.
A scene not seen since the 1930's a A4 in LNER garter blue with full valances on a rake of teak coaches making a picture postcard image as she crosses the Victoria Bridge, Arley.
The 2.5 km. (1.5 mile) Forth Railway Bridge, the worlds first major steel bridge, with its gigantic girder spans of 521 m. (1710 ft.) ranks as one of the great feats of civilization. It was begun... (more)
The climb to Shap we always find a challenging photographic location. All the classic steam photographs of the 50 and 60s portray engines working hard against the gradient on these wild and remote... (more)
Scotland at its most picturesque, early Spring on the line to the Isle of Skye, with an appropriate Black 5 loco and train of maroon Mk 1 coaches crossing the yellow gorse lined causeway below Cra... (more)
A Line up of East Coast motive power, two A4s Bittern and Mallard both in LNER blue livery, A2 Blue Peter and V2 Green Arrow.
A jinty tank emerges from the morning mist having crossed the River Severn on the Victoria Bridge
Rough seas and a wave fan as a Cross Country Voyager skirts the sea wall at Dawlish
A rare early start from West Wales, Ian Riley's pair of Black 5's with the Cathedrals Explorer make a wonderful sight along the coast at Ferryside