A pairing of East Midlands Trains Class 153 units seen against a backdrop of autumn colour near Barnetby-le-Wold.
A trio of single carriage Class 153 units provide additional seating capacity on Bank Holiday Sunday, for the very picturesque St IVes Bay Line.
An FGW service comprising Classes 153 & 143 departs from Dawlish station.
One sunny Bank Holiday Sunday, former Wessex 153369 now operated by First Great Western in special vinyls promoting the Looe Valley line, with Arriva Trains operated 150213 pass Lelant Golf Course... (more)
153380 arriving into Looe station, on the last day of the high frequency hourly train service on the branch.
A 'Heart of Wessex' scheme Class 153 and former Wessex Trains Class 150 in the Avon Valley between Bradford Jn and Bradford-on-Avon.
Advertising the very route it is travelling, 153369 'Looe Valley Explorer' heads north from Looe with an early evening local train for Liskeard.
A pair of Wessex Trains operated Class 153 units leaving Clerks Tunnel, heading for Paignton with Dawlish in the background.
153369 in the old Regional Railways livery and 150239 work the 1744 Newquay to Plymouth service near St Blazey.
A pair of Class 153 units heading North close to Restormel Castle in Cornwall. The leading unit is advertising the Scenic Railway of Cornwall, the second the picturesque Bristol to Weymouth route.