GWR's 158952 passes a stunning display of flowing oilseed rape at Wylye forming the 1408 Portsmouth Harbour to Cardiff Central service. The train's blue livery, now being passed out, provides a go... (more)
The 1902 built North British Hotel (now sadly known as The Balmoral) and Calton Hill,with the Nelson Monument,dominate the skyline at Edinburgh Waverley station,as a Scotrail service arrives on a ... (more)
With a length of around 699m the wooden trestle of Barmouth on the Cambrian Line is nowadays one of the longest wooden bridges in Britain.
The bridge crosses the mouth of the river Mawddach. It ... (more)