World Famous Fying Scotsman leads the Royal Duchy along the famous sea wall in Dawlish
A Caste Class mini HST arrives at Dawlish from Penzance, these are due to be retired next year.
A Castle Class heads west by the famous sea wall viewed from The Bleheim
A local service accelerates out of Dawlish along the new sea wall.
The 1C72 whisks along the seafront in Dawish
A Great Western Castle Set forms the 2U12 to Cardiff from Penzance arriving at the seaside resort town of Dawlish.
Castle Class waits at Dawlish whilst the guard awaits the departure signal. These are due to be retired at some point in 2024 ending another chaper in UK rail history.
World's most famous locomotive, Flying Scotsman storms through Dawlish. The Scotsman is celebrating it's 100th birthday with tours around the UK like this one on the Royal Duchy.
Cardiff - Penzance working approaches Dawlish. These Castle sets essentially shortened HST's are due for retirment in 2024.
A service from Plymouth for Endinburg zips thru the rebuilt station.
Thank You NHS liveried IET on a service bound for London. This was applied during the Pandemic. This area was extensively rebuilt with the new sea wall.
An IET bound for London blasts out of Kennaway Tunnel
A delayed local service (due to a fight by school kids at Torre) drops off passengers at Dawlish.
The HST 125 is in its last months of service with Cross Country the last operator. One such of example in the foggy rain at Dawlish.
A super voyager forms the 1M49 service from Plymouth to Manchester through a spell of moderate rain