The Ribblehead Viaduct was built in 1875. Once the LMS mainline to Scotland, the Settle–Carlisle line is a must-see sight for all rail enthusiast.
Very nice walk between rocks, tracks, beach and sea: Local train between Dawlish Warren and Dawlish
Local train, cruise ship and a part of the giant Forth Bridge
Local train between Teignmouth and Dawlish
A Transport of Wales train Machynlleth - Pwllheli seen at the Westcoast of Wales is crossing the Barmouth Bridge. This is a single-track wooden railway viaduct, opened in 1869. The bridge is 699 m... (more)
A Transport of Wales train Pwllheli - Birmingham New Street seen at the Westcoast of Wales near station Pensarn(Gwynedd).
A Northern Rail service from Leeds to Chester crosses the River Weaver as it approaches the station at Frodsham.The viaduct was built between 1848 and 1850,for the Birkenhead,Lancashire & Cheshire... (more)
An Arriva trains Wales Class 158 on a Pwllhelli to Birmingham service crosses the iconic Barmouth Bridge in mid-Wales as the tide starts to come in
Heavy snow in Gloucestershire closed all railway lines in the county on Friday March 2nd.Fortunately the city itself escaped,and by Saturday trains started to run again,as seen here with a Glouces... (more)
A Scotrail service from Edinburgh to Cowdenbeath has just crossed the Forth Bridge and is about to call at North Queensferry station.
A DMU crosses the Forth Bridge, seen from the north bank. The bridge opened to traffic in 1890, and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
A 2 car Class 158 runs through North Queensferry, shortly after crossing the Forth Bridge.
Waiting at Salisbury. This Southwest Trains DMU prepares to take on passengers and depart Salisbury Station.
Arrival at Salisbury. Passing underneath the station lights, this passenger train arrives at Salisbury Station past a waiting Southwest passenger train.