60011 is at the head of 6B13,the Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tank service as it passes Keenes Crossing,on the outskirts of Gloucester on a bright but cold January day.
The Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tank working is still a solid class 60 working,proving very popular with photographers.I was one of a dozen at the Farm Bridge,Haresfield,to capture this train on... (more)
The Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tank service passes through the Gloucestershire countryside as it enters the last 20 miles of its journey.
The UK is enjoying an extended period of hot sunny weather giving the opportunity to get some photos of normally difficult trains. The early morning sun shines on recently refurbished 60063 as it ... (more)
The Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tanks,headed by 60062,runs along the banks of the River Severn as it passes the small hamlet of Purton.
The class 60 locos continue to be overhauled and returned to service,the latest example being 60062.After several weeks of working local trains in the Toton area (where it was refurbished),the loc... (more)
The early morning sun catches 60063 negotiates the coastal section of line at Pwll between Burry Port and Llanelli. This train can only be photographed in the long summer days as it runs in darkne... (more)
A wonderful burst of December sunlight illuminates 60091 as it hauls its train slowly back onto the main line,having been sidelined for a couple of express services.
6B13,the daily Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tank service,is still a solid class 60 working,and quite often produces one of the units returned to service during 2012.Here,one such example,60010,ex... (more)
After several weeks of rain,it was a pleasure to see the sun emerge,even though the railway system is falling to pieces due to flooding,landslides and other infastructure problems.Not a lot of tra... (more)
On a rare sunny day,60059 "Swinden Dalesman" heads the Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tank train over the public crossing at Horton Road,Gloucester.Difficult to believe now,but the disused Horton R... (more)
60007 leads the Robeston - Westerleigh oil train through Magor on the South Wales Main Line.
Sporting the latest house colours which match the striking Murco TEA oil tanks 60007 rounds the Severn Estuary at Gatcombe, between Lydney and Gloucester.
Due to 6B13,the Robeston to Westerleigh tank service,running some three hours late,it was possible,for once,to catch this shot from the other side of the line.
60011 in the new DB Shenker colours heads north at Portskewett, with the 6B13 petroleum service from Robeston to Westerleigh.