The route from Edinburgh to Aberdeen is full of wonderful ocean views, bridges and viaducts. The brick arch viaduct at Montrose is far from the most famous on the route but is none the less an imp... (more)
Passage of a maritime container train pulled by a Class 70 Freightliner!
Some nice late afternoon light at Keenes Crossing,on the outskirts of Gloucester,as 70810 passes with a Westbury to Aberthaw working.
Colas Rail Class 70 loco 70806 heads a Moorswater to Aberthaw working through the Gloucestershire countryside.
Freightliner 4M93 1334 Felixstowe North - Lawley Street passes through Ipswich station.
Recently delivered Colas Railfreight class 70 no. 70811 accelerates after getting a clear signal as it returns south over the 'Marches route' with the Chirk Kronospan-Baglan Bay timber empties.
It’s good to know that the logs trains in South Wales appear to be running again after an hiatus of several months. The late running of these trains means that the light is only sufficient during ... (more)
Freightliner 70004 heads North on the West Coast Mainline near Carstairs (25 mile South of Glasgow) with a Saturday evening Daventry - Coatbridge intermodel
Just after crossing over the meandering river Onny, a northbound loaded timber train passes through rural south Shropshire at a rate of knots behind the first of Colas Railfreight's GE class 70's.
A Daventry to Coatbridge service approaches Carlisle station.
70007 passes Elford whilst working4O90, Leeds FLT-Southampton MCT
A short burst of December sun catches Freightliner Class 70 No. 70010 passing Churchdown with a rake of empty coal wagons from Rugeley Power Station to Stoke Gifford Sidings (Bristol).
A wonderful Spring day sees Colas Rail Class 70 No. 70809 drifting past Haresfield,a few miles outside Gloucester.The loco is working a rake of coal empties from Rugeley Power Station to Stoke Gif... (more)
A warm breeze gently ruffles a field of ripening barley as a 23 wagon, 2300 tonne loaded coal train purrs past behind a 3700 horsepower GE class 70.
Photographed from the top of Haresfield Beacon (225 metres),Colas Class 70 No. 70806 passes with a Westbury to Cheltenham engineers working.