One of my favourite things about the USA are the rest areas. They always seem to be a place of outstanding beauty or have a story to tell. I came across this one on Highway 6 out of Provo. Designe... (more)
Single locomotive comes off the Big Ten loop
I had sat in the car waiting for a train to arrive and watched this storm develop from a very small grey cloud over Laramie. It never reached me but I did get the opportunity to take this shot of ... (more)
A young volunteer heads through the shed at Marley Hill
Bright blue sky and sunshine are rare on the South Tynedale railway, normally clouds are everywhere but yesterday was a beautiful day. Locomotive Barber heads a train for Alston out of Lintley via... (more)
At the end of a long day working Santa Specials the fire is raked out of the firebox before putting into the shed in readiness for the next day's workings
Newcastle's castle was built in the 12th century and all that remains now is the gatehouse and the Keep. The top of the keep is a great place to watch trains and was even more so in the 1950's and... (more)
Heading down from the summit of Cumbres pass
The sky is obscured as the train leaves Chama
USA tank coasts past the exit to Causey Arch with a train for East Tanfield
Heading into the storm No 22 with a demonstration freight on the little run Bowes Railway
USA built tank locomotive No 35, actually British Railways No 30065 in disguise, heads a mixed train around Engine curve in Causey woods .
Second day of Tanfield's gala and the weather refused to improve though it did lead to steamy conditions. Here Sir Berkeley leads Twizell out of Andrews House with a coal train
This weekend it is Tanfield railways gala and this year a USA tank built during World War 2 is one of the guest engines. Several of these locomotives made it into British Railways stock after the ... (more)
Replica locomotive Puffing Billy raises steam in the 1825 shed yard before performing its daily duties of hauling visitors along a short stretch of line close to Pockerley manor house.