First day of the new season on the North Yorkshire Moors railway and 46100 "Royal Scot", a guest engine for the first week, heads a train towards Goathland Summit.
Replica locomotive Puffing Billy takes visitors for a short ride on Beamish waggonway. Designed to illustrate train travel in 1825. The original Puffing Billy was built in 1813 for transporting co... (more)
A young volunteer is at work at the forge and making the sparks fly
Late evening sun catches this freight heading down the grade from Soldier Summit
No 49 heads a Santa Special to the North Pole at a time when we were almost guaranteed to have snow before Christmas
Peter Weightman discusses repairs of Twizell with Angela,whilst her dog, Dave, wonders what he's sat in
A cold February day and the steam in Marley Hill shed takes an age to disperse. No 2 is raising steam whilst Twizell, behind, has had a steam test
GP60B No 345 waits for a westbound freight to pass before returning to Winslow yard
Sun is setting as this freight slowly rolls into Cheyenne yard
A freight heads east through Dotsero in the late afternoon sun
I was told it was a day for "leaf peepers" as the aspen's colours are at their best. A shay trundles its way up the grade amidst the splendour of autumn.
Setting sun's last rays catch this freight heading towards Helper along Highway 6 in Utah
A second shot from a rest area. This one was on I80 about 20 miles east of Green River. They do find wondrous places for a pee.