Bowes Railway is the only cable operated standard gauge railway in the world and used to demonstrate how wagons were hauled by stationary engines up and down the inclines that start at this site. ... (more)
Duke of Gloucester in fine form as it heads for Blea Moor tunnel on the Settle and Carlisle line
LMS 45231 'The Sherwood Forester' crosses Ribblehead Viaduct with the 1T52 'Fellsman' 0808 Lancaster - Carlisle
A single Class 153 car leads a two car Class 158 into Ribblehead, having just crossed the famous viaduct.
A single Class 153 car leads a two car Class 158 over the Ribblehead Viaduct, on the Settle to Carlisle line.
LMS Black 5 5MT "The Sherwood Forrester" almost at the end of the 15 mile 1 in 100 climb from Settle on a misty early autumn day
Having just crossed Ribblehead Viaduct Colas Rail 60087 'CLIC Sargent' now approaches Ribblehead Station with the 6J37 Carlisle - Chirk Kronospan log train.
LMS 45699 'Galatea' passes Ribblehead Station with the 1Z49 'The Dalesman' 0833 York - Carlisle
A 158861 and another Northern 158 pass Blea Moor Signalbox with a Leeds to Carlisle train.
158752 arrives at the isolated Ribblehead Station with a Carlisle to Leeds service.
Duchess of Sutherland viewed from the nearby limestone pavement coasting southbound over the 24 arches of Batty Moss viaduct shortly before sunset
16:18 Carlisle - Leeds at sunset
44871 and 45407 head south over Ribblehead viaduct at sunset with a southbound Cumbrian Mountain Express.
LMS 46115 'Scots Guardsman' crosses Ribbleshead Viaduct, on the Settle - Carlisle line, with the 1Z43 'Cathedrals Express' 0702 London King's Cross - Carlisle
LMS 5690 'Leander' heads North across Ribblehead Viaduct and towards Blea Moor Tunnel with the 1Z19 'Fellsman' 0807 Lancaster - Carlisle