At the end of the day the crew tops off their "Austerity" with water and prepares to put her away for the night in the classic brick engine house.
My first encounter with UK preserved railways was the relatively modest 5 mile long Bo’ness and Kinneil Rwy just outside of Edinburgh Scotland. The UK preserved lines certainly don't fail to impre... (more)
The Class 40 Preservation Society's 40145 waits for it's next turn at the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway's diesel gala.
37025 "Inverness TMD" storms away from Bo'ness station with the 16:00 to Birkhill on the second day of the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway diesel gala.
Class D49 'Morayshire' with the first service of the day to Birkhill; Driver S Summers at the helm. The Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway, operated by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society, runs a ful... (more)
Examples of Classes 26 and 27 shunting at the SRPS's site at Bo'ness, on the south bank of the River Forth. These classes were the mainstay of Scottish traction in the 1970s and 80s. The Bo'ness &... (more)
Macintosh 0-4-4T 55189 crosses the Avon Viaduct on the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway in Scotland. The formation of the train typifies the mixed trains that ran on Scottish branch lines in the 1950s.... (more)
On a fine winter's morning Macintosh 0-4-4T 55189 arrives at Birkhill Station on the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway in Scotland. The formation of the train typifies the mixed trains that ran on Scott... (more)
LNER D49 No 246 MORAYSHIRE powers the 12:20 Bo'ness to Birkhill service at the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway.
33207 prepares to work the 12:50 service to Birkhill at the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway Diesel Gala.
27001 hauls preserved electric multiple unit 303032 at the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway Diesel Gala.