Dover Priory. Passengers, including my family at the front of this picture, prepare to board this Southeastern Train set destined for London.
From top of the Shakespeare Cliff there is a marvellous view down to the South Eastern Main Line and the ferry terminal of Dover. The Class 375 EMU passing the Seawall has just left Dover and is e... (more)
The famous Shakespeare Cliff in Dover - a great location for railfanning. Through the cliff two single line tunnels were built and opend in 1844. They have a rather unusual profile. Nowadays the l... (more)
375707 emerges from Shakespeare Tunnel.
A Southeastern operated Class 375 heading west from Dover.
A South Eastern 'Javelin' train passes Dover Western Docks, bound for London St Pancras. At Ashford International it will switch from third rail (DC) to overhead (AC) for the run up High Speed 1 a... (more)
Serco test train topped and tailed by class 37s, running 1 hour late at Dover.
Dover Priory Switch Tower controlling traffic at Dover Priory station. This tower was put out of service 2 weeks later.