[12:22] "Castle" Class no 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe is seen crossing back onto the West Coast Main Line after taking on water at Carnforth station. This Castle over Shap special was operating fr... (more)
1968 or 2008: 5 Steam Loco's At Carnforth West Coast Railway Company's Open Day. (From Left to Right) 30777 Sir Lamiel, 70013 Oliver Cromwell, 46115 Scots Guardsman, 5690 Leander, 48151 Gauge ''O'... (more)
Classic Traction: DRS (Choppers) 20302/20309? At The Carnforth WCRC Open Day
Two of the five main-line steam engines rest at last summer's West Coast Rail event at Carnforth Shed.
An old shot from 1988. L & Y no. 1300 at Carnforth, in the days when it was open to the public. This loco is now on the East Lancashire Railway and is currently out of use, under overhaul.
The fastest steam locomotive of all time 4468 Mallard. In 1938, this loco achieved a speed of 126 mph, a record which has never been matched. It is seen here at Carnforth whilst working a main lin... (more)
An old shot from 1979. Merchant navy no. 35028 Clan Line has spent most of its life in the South of England. On a rare visit North, it is here at Carnforth Steamtown in the days when it was open t... (more)
An old shot from 1979. Merchant navy no. 35028 Clan Line has spent most of its life in the South of England. On a rare visit North, it is here at the coaling plant at Carnforth Steamtown in the d... (more)
An old shot from 1978. Black Five no. 44932 wearing incorrect BR green livery. In the days when Carnforth Steamtown was open to the public. There was a short line for giving rides to the public. ... (more)
Two beauties. 4472 Flying Scotsman and 4498 Sir Nigel Gresley at rest at Steamtown, Carnforth in the days when they were both based there in 1978
Posed outside the shed at a photographic evening at Steamtown Railway Museum
8P "Duke of Gloucester" caught in the lights at a photographic evening at the Steamtown Railway Museum