An exceptionally packed scene at Saltley diesel loco depot in Birmingham, back in 1982. I can see class 08s, 20s, 25s, 31s, a 37, a 40, 45s, 47s, 50s and 56s. Happy days!
Veteran motive power passes antiquated signals in South Shropshire... An impromptu late afternoon southbound light engine move between Shrewsbury and Worcester resulted in a rare opportunity to ph... (more)
A british diesel locomotive series Class 56 (belonging to the private company FLOYD Zrt. Hungary) hauling a tank train entering the station in Börgönd
An RHTT (Railhead Treatment Train) approaches Cheltenham,returning from an overnight run to various locations.56078 is the leading loco,with classmate 56094 at the rear.
A nice combination at Eardington Bank,during the Severn Valley Railway Diesel Gala - Colas Rail Class 56 no. 56078 is coupled with GBRf Class 73 no. 73136.
56003 departs Kingsbury, Warwickshire, with a train of scrap metal and coal. Also visible are 2 class 31s awaiting their oil train, and a class 58 on a Baddesley colliery to Didcot coal train. 560... (more)
56312 hauls 60163 "Tornado" (in light steam) past Gloucester,on a York National Railway Museum to Bishops Lydeard engine move.60163 was to work on the West Somerset Railway for a while.T... (more)
A good line up of locos at Bescot, in the English midlands.There are 4 class 37s, 3 58s, a 56 and a tamping machine.
Foggy sunday morning in Győr city.
56105 approaches Helsby junction working 6J37 12:02 Carlisle - Chirk logs.
Late evening sunshine catches a northbound timber train in the care of a Colas Rail class 56, as it passes the semaphores just north of Craven Arms. A number of these locos are enjoying a new leas... (more)
A group of class 56 locomotives,in various liveries,stand at Knottingley depot,in Yorkshire,in the summer of 1984.
56087 is seen leading 6J37 Carlisle-Chirk loaded logs south at Docker - 24/10/2013
56094 exits Briton Ferry Yard working the 15:25 Baglan Bay - Chirk Kronospan train of recently felled trees.
PTG (www.ptg.co.uk/) British charter train in Hungary!