66151 and 66155 top n tail 3J13 08:50 Westbury to St Blazey RHTT through Newton Abbot on Monday 26th October 2020
Built in 1940 the former London Underground trains running on the Isle of Wight's 'Island Line' are the oldest running in regular service in the UK and are due to be retired at the end of 2020.
Black Five no 45212 passes the Polnish Chapel in the West Highlands of Scotland while it hauls the Jacobean service from Fort Williams to Mallaig. This scenic chapel, which has been unused since 1... (more)
46115 Scots Guardsman crawls onto Ribblehead viaduct with the return Dalesman from Carlisle
Sunderland to Kings cross train heads south through Seaham Harbour. It is hard to believe that the area behind the train was a coal mine 30 years ago with many sidings coming to a junction at this... (more)
SR 34092 'City of Wells' in true Southern Region style departs Loughborough with the 1215 to Leicester North during the Great Central Railway's Autumn Steam Gala Weekend.
92 043 approaches Rugeley whilst hauling 1M16, 2045 Inverness - London Euston
Churchward #2857 is charging through the Bewdley station hauling a freight train under a typical British pouring rain.
Veteran motive power passes antiquated signals in South Shropshire... An impromptu late afternoon southbound light engine move between Shrewsbury and Worcester resulted in a rare opportunity to ph... (more)
GWR Class 802 is seen passing through Dawlish Seafront, where trains and tracks often hit by the storm waves in bad weather.
Class 159 is a modified version from Class 158 by having one extra carriage for each train set. They are being used on West of England Line services since 1990s.
43027 approaches the Severn Tunnel with a London - South Wales service.
A perfect English country scene north of Chippenham as 43036 approaches with a London - Bristol express.
I never understood why British railfans liked these until I found one moving about Cardiff. The smoke would put any Alco and many steamers to shame.