73107 and 73136 depart Watchet hauling the 12:03 Bishops Lydeard to Minehead on Friday 21st June 2019
Steam train arriving at Watchet on a chilly day during the Steam Gala.
Double headed steam train arriving at Watchet during the Steam Gala.
LMS class 4F #43924 leads a double headed semi fast service for Bishop's Lydeard seen steaming out of Watchet. Originally numbered at 3924 the 4F was built in 1920.
Modified Hall class 6960 Raveningham Hall, barks out of Watchet during the Spring Steam Gala. The 6960 was built in 1944, was working the 1045 Bishop's Lydeard to Minehead service.
On withdrawal from service all of the A1 class were broken up. A group of enthusiasts felt that such an important class of locomotive should be recreated. Having a set of drawings, money was raise... (more)
These locomotives were used on the former Great Western railway, mostly on country branch lines. They performed a variety of duties with both light passenger and freight workings. They are ideally... (more)
Three cylinder 4-6-2 of the A1 class # 60163 "Tornado" of the "A1 Steam Locomotive Trust" as guest locomotive with a train from Bishops Lydeard to Minehead on the West Somerset... (more)
3850 rounds the curve at Watchet on the West Somerset Railway with an evening Murder Mystery 01/07/06
'Onslaught' approaches Doniford with the 14:05 Minehead to Bishops Lydeard.
'Onslaught' with a Minehead-bound service during the West Somerset Railway's 'Mixed Traffic Weekend' event.
Bishops Lydeard to Minehead train. This scene has hardly changed in 50 years. Watchet is a pretty old fishing harbor on the edge of the Quantock Hills. Nikon FE, 50mm. Kodacolor 400. 1/500 f11