Chocolate cake and ice cream (I think) provided by the restaurant car staff refresh two of 44871's support crew, having recently arrived in Inverness after an all-day run from Wick in the far nort... (more)
The practice of using diesel shunting locos to bring coaching stock between carriage sidings and stations has virtually died out in the UK. One of the few locations this still takes place is Inver... (more)
26 040 moves onto its train at Inverness station back in 1979 in the days when these locos were still in use on BR. The shed can be seen in the background with classes 25, 37 and 26 present.
A sight which is now a distant memory. The driver of 26 041 chats with a fitter prior to departure for Glasgow.
An old First Scotrail livery Class 170 Turbostar unit arrives at Inverness station
Class 158 leaves Inverness station at sunset
DMU Class 158 leaves Inverness Station
First class interior
Small diesel shunter working at Inverness depot
67001 hired to pull Caledonian Sleeper rests at Inverness yard
40145 under the trainshed at Inverness having arrived with a railtour from Kyle of Lochalsh.
The luxury "Royal Scotsman" has just arrived in Inverness hauled by it's matching liveried 1960's vintage Class 47.