7812 Erlestoke Manor at Williton with a short goods train, conveying narrow gauge loco Sir Haydn, during a David Williams photo charter on Friday 4th October 2013
Two axle shunter, built by Andrew Barclay Sons & Co Ltd, Caledonia Works in Kilmarnock in 1972, and diesel hydraulic "Warship" Class 42 # D832 "Onslaught", on loan to the DEPG (Diesel and Electric... (more)
Full concentration for the transfer of the electrical key token in Crowcombe Heathfield station between the signal man and the steam locomotive # 9351 crews. The train driver passes the red key fo... (more)
Text from the WSR Homepage: The most controversial steam engine in the history of the WSR. The design for this locomotive dates from the 1930’s but the Great Western never actually built any engin... (more)
2-8-0 Class 7F # 88 of the former Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway (SDJR), originally built by Robert Stephenson and Sons in 1925 for heavy freight service and withdrawn from British Railways ser... (more)
4-6-2 Bulleid design Light Pacific # 34046 "Braunton" of the West Country class with the 0915 "Torbay Express" from Bristol Temple Meads to Kingswear is passing Dawlish. The locomotive was built i... (more)
Railmotor 93 at Crowcombe Heathfield during an evening photographic charter on Saturday 23rd March 2013
GWR Manor No. 4828 passing Castle Hill during the West Somerset Railway Autumn steam Gala.
GWR Manor No. 4828 immaculate after a recent overhaul poses at Minehead next to the water tower. The locomotive has been renamed from Odney Manor to Norton Manor in recognition of 40 Commando base... (more)
GWR Small Prairie Tank No. 5553 pilots GWR 4160 Large Prairie No. 4160 south from Castle Hill towards Woolston Moor, during an unseasonally hot October Steam Gala.
D1010 (in the guise of D1035 Western Yeoman) stands at Crowcombe Heath station whilst working a period freight train.
G.W.R 4300 Class No. 9351 drifts down through Kentsford with a Bishops Lydeard - Minheads service one sunny summers evening.
D832 'Onslaught' climbs up the hill at Castle Hill and catches the sun light, this was the only sun of the day of the gala. The 'Warships' got their shape from the German V200 Diesel Hydrualics.