Petroleum service on the banks of the River Severn.
On loan from the Bodmin & Wenford Railway,the delightful 30587 heads through the Forest of Dean,passing St Marys Halt,on the Dean Forest Railway.Designed by Beattie for the London and South Wester... (more)
The Dean Forest Railways preserved Class 108 Diesel Multiple Unit passes Lydney Junction signal box as it enters the station.Formed of two vehicles (56492,built Derby 1960,and 50619,built Derby 19... (more)
An Arriva Trains Wales service from Gloucester to Maesteg runs along the banks of the River Severn and past the hamlet of Gatcombe.
Class 60 No. 60020 heads the daily Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tanks past Wellhouse Grove and along the banks of the River Severn on a wonderful July morning.
The daily Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tank working drifts along the banks of the River Severn at Purton,Gloucestershire.The remains in the foreground are that of "Abbey",a wooden barge... (more)
The class 14 diesel hydraulic locos were among the least successful designs of the early 1960s.Introduced in 1964 for light branch line freight and passenger workings,the locos were plagued with v... (more)
Getting photographs of trains on the Dean Forest Railway in the Forest Of Dean is notoriously difficult,mainly due to the density of the trees and undergrowth.One of the few places where it is pos... (more)
A rare burst of January sunshine catches a Newcastle to Plymouth service, formed of a 4 car class 220 and a 5 car class 221.The train,diverted because of engineering works,is running alongside the... (more)
The FM Rail operated Blue Pullman went for a day out at the Dean Forest railway, ctopping at the mainline station in Lydney to drop the diners off. The train is seen nearing journeys end as it ski... (more)