Electro Diesels 73129, 73141 & 73136 stable between duties in the engineers sidings at Tonbridge West Yard.
Heavily modified and refurbished class 73s,73962 and 73963 sit between duties in Tonbridge West Yard. "Original" class 73 73201 can be seen stabled in the background.
73003 takes a rest at Waterloo. Withdrawn in September 1996, 73003 is currently preserved.
A relative stranger to the Eastern Region, 73114 brings an observation saloon from the Temple Mills direction through Stratford. In the absence of a 3rd rail, the 73 uses a 600hp diesel engine for... (more)
In connection with an open day at Long Marston a convoy of locos moved from Eastleigh (having held an earlier open day). The 73 is the rear loco, 47580 being in charge followed by 50135 and 50026
On 22/08/07 First GB Railfreight operated a special train from London Victoria to Weymouth for staff and familes. The train was hauled down in the morning by a Class 66, but the return was hauled ... (more)
Now restored to 1960's livery, 73136 blasts through New cross in South London on the 'Blueberry Fool' tour fromLondon to Littlehampton.
38 years of history comes to an end as 73235 prepares to bring out the last ever scheduled slam door train from Waterloo. The units involved were 1316 (country end) and 3536 (town end).
With 73204 at the rear this short train passes through West London on the way to Tonbridge in Kent.
This former Gatwick Express machine is now used as a 'Thunderbird' rescue locomotive for SWT and has just been painted in the Desiro 'swoosh' livery.
This is the old fashioned Gatwick Express, a long term shortage of Class 460 units means this train is still used on one roster.
This is the South West Trains 'Thunderbird' locomotive, so called because it is used to rescue trains that have broken down.