The Class 143 units were introduced in 1985 by the then British Rail,and have been much disliked by passengers since then.The units are now in the autumn of their years,and are not often seen in t... (more)
A Paignton to Exmouth service exits Kennaway Tunnel as it approaches Dawlish.
An Arriva Trains Wales Maesteg to Cheltenham service at Gloucester.
The 10.17 Penarth to Bargoed service,formed of 142081 leading 143601,heads away from Caerphilly station and continues its journey into the Welsh valleys.
143601,on a Cardiff to Aberdare service,will soon bear left and take the branch line up into the Welsh Valleys.The train has just departed from Cardiff Queen Street,next stop Cathays. The main lin... (more)
City commuter is near the end of its line at Meissen.
One of the highly unpopular class 143 units is seen leaving Severn Tunnel Junction with a stopping service from Bristol to Cardiff.
A push/pull service at Schwalmstadt.
Regional Train to Zwickau rolls along the Felsenkeller with a Commuter Train
#143 058-6 is leaving Obervogelgesang with a city commuter
#143 367-1 makes a short stop at Rathen station with a commuter train.
#143 367-1 accelerates fast with its commuter to Dresden
143 366 on the Hohenzollern Bridge over the Rhine