An HST leaves Bristol Parkway on a Swansea to London Paddington service in 1983. Just visible, in the distance, a class 45 waits to follow the HST into the station, with a South West/ North East t... (more)
One of the fleet of narrow gauge electric locos is seen at work at Komanos mine in 1996.
Electro-diesel loco No 73101 leaves London Victoria with the beautiful coaches of the VSOE Orient Express, taking lucky passengers to Folkstone Harbour where they will board a ferry to France, thi... (more)
GE No 1658 is seen on a flat wagon at McGehee, Arkansas. I believe 1658 has been purchased by NLA from USAX. Can anyone confirm this?
3 standard gauge 2-8-0s are seen at the loco depot at Boris Luis Santa Coloma sugar mill in 1997. 1805 and 1701 are both Baldwin locos from 1920, while 1806 was built by Vulcan in 1918.
Standard gauge 1805 is a Baldwin product from 1920. It is seen at a loading point on the Boris Luis Santa Coloma system in 1997..
A welcome feature of the Pingdingshan coal railway was steam hauled passenger trains. Here SY1687 is seen at Zhongxin station in November 2003.
A great backdrop to a beer garden in Kiev. This steam loco is preserved at the passenger loco shops near Kiev station.
I think that this is the first time that I am included in my own photo. Here are UP locos 4401, 593 and 4141 at Jenks shops.
The station transport is ready to collect passengers and luggage at Birmingham, Alabama. 176 and 116 arrive with the southbound Crescent, en route to New Orleans.
An afternoon train from Kiruna, Sweden, has just arrived at Narvik, Norway. Just 3 carriages have ample power with 2 Rc4 locos! Note the steam loco on the platform.
Sunset on the career of FL9 No 2029, seen at Croton Harmon shops in 1999. I don`t know if this loco re-entered service after this.
This young lady insisted on being photographed at Kurseong. She stands in front of loco 788 at the small loco shed. 788 is a 2 feet gauge 0-4-0ST, built in Glasgow, UK, in 1913.
This tiny locomotive was built by Neilson and Company in Glasgow in 1897. It worked at Beckton Gas works, in London, and is now preserved at Bressingham Hall, near Diss, in Norfolk.
Back in 1980, Driver Mather of Saltley depot prepares to take 31121 from Daw Mill colliery to Washwood Heath yard in Birmingham. The train is unfitted (brakes only on the loco and caboose). 31121 ... (more)