The NRM's former LNER V2 2-6-2 60800 'Green Arrow' climbs away from Weymouth at Bincombe, with the 'Dorset Arrow' charter 7/8/99. ©www.railphotoprints.co.uk - John Chalcraft
Furness Railway No 20 is on loan to this offshoot of the Museum at York. sunday was a day for the children and the engine was in steam giving rides in the brake van(caboose).
3440 "City of Truro" and 246 "Morayshire pass Glyndyfrdwy on the Llangollen Steam Railway during the Steel, Steam and Stars II gala
The fastest steam locomotive in the world, LNER #4468, Mallard, rests quietly and proudly on display in the main hall of the National Railway Museum in York with her paint shining nicely.
The replica of Stephenson's 'Rocket' is filmed by the media in Kensington Gardens opposite the Royal Albert Hall during its first public outing before the Rainhill 150 celebrations the following y... (more)
Behold! Reputedly the first (non-ballistic) man-made object to exceed 100 miles per hour. On the 9th May 1904 hauling the 'Ocean Mails Express', Great Western Railway 'City' Class 4-4-0 locomotive... (more)
Preserved Western class diesel hydraulic on display at Shildon ready for the NRM's Diesel Days weekend
Allowing a little licence to Great Western enthusiasts, 'City of Truro' and 0-6-2 tank No.6619 are still a rather incongruous pairing. Nonetheless, with a nice exhaust and a lovely sky who would a... (more)
LNER class J52 0-6-0ST at The National Railway Museum
GWR's Festival of Steam Gala. Green Arrow on a Toddington to Cheltenham Racecourse.
Ex Royal Train loco taking part in the North Yorkshire Moors Railway diesel gala event