An LNER HST runs express through Doncaster station.
In 1981, the deltics were coming to the end of their careers. Here 55004, named Queens Own Highlander, is seen on shed at Doncaster.
An LNER HST train makes a stop at Doncaster, the set still wears the Virgin colour scheme.
Virgin Trains took over running the East Coast line on the 1st March,and lost no time in branding the class 43 power cars.Within a couple of years these reliable machines will have gone from the l... (more)
It's September 1969,with a splendid line up of locomotives at the depot in Doncaster.
60035 descends from the bridge over the East Coast Main Line with a train of empty waste containers on March 3rd 2006.
An evening service for London Kings Cross calls at Doncaster.The train is formed of an ex-First Great Western class 180 unit.
56084 heads south through Doncaster at 12:20 with an empty MGR. Withdrawn in January 2000, 56084 was cut-up during March 2009 in Rotherham (info courtesy WNXX.com).
56091 'Castle Donington Power Station' heads south through Doncaster with an empty MGR at 11:34. Withdrawn in December 2006, 56091 is currently at Eastleigh (info courtesy WNXX.com).
47051 heads south through Doncaster with a Speedlink service. Withdrawn in December 1998, 47051 was cut-up in May 2000 (info courtesy WNXX.com).
A group of spotters watch 56090 take an empty MGR south through Doncaster station at 12:00. Withdrawn in October 2006, at the time of upload 56090 resides at Crewe (info courtesy WNXX.com).
An Edinburgh to London Kings Cross express arrives at Doncaster,with the unpowered Driving Van Trailer leading. The class 91 electric loco at the other end of the train will be providing the power... (more)
A class 66 loco powers a freight service through Doncaster station.
66188 passes under the A19 road bridge on the Skellow Branch working an empty refuse train from Roxby to Manchester. In the background is the disused Thorpe Marsh Power Station.
An unidentified Deltic stands in platform 1 at Doncaster with 1A26 13:25 Leeds - Kings Cross being admired by spotters young and old. Photo by the late T.E. Baxendale.