An unusual view of 0-4-0 saddle tank No.2. Built by Hawthorn Leslie and Company, the loco is currently undergoing overhaul and is seen minus its boiler in the engine shed at Marley Hill on the Ta... (more)
At the Open Air Museum at Beamish, in the North of England, there is the Pockerley Waggonway, which recreates a railway at the transition from wagonway to steam railway in 1825. There is a short l... (more)
National express power car 43206 still in the old GNER livery heads a diverted express for London along the Durham coast line at Hawthorn.
A local service skips along the Durham coast line heading for Middlesbough.
A London bound National express service passes Dawdon on the County durham coast line ,diverted of the east coast mainline for engineering work.
Tourists disembark from no.16, a 1900 Sunderland Corporation tram used on the line at the North of England Open Air Museum at Beamish. Note the authentic uniform of the conductor.
66560 on a coal train at Plawsworth.