Waves lash at an HST. The waves can get considerably bigger here and in February 2014 took out part of the line. With the threat of storms and climate change a new seawall being built.
GWR HST rolls along the sea wall. This section was destroyed by a storm in 2014 and rebuilt months later. There is talk reopening a route inland as this is the only line into the southwest.
HST! The only HST to wear the new green livery at the time, rolls past the rebuilt section of the sea wall. These have been retired and some made into 4 car short sets for southwest routes.
Dawlish! For years I have wanted to come here. We finally made it and after a spell of unsettled weather things improved. Here an HST 125 sweeps along Marine Parade.
Fastest diesels in the world. The HST (High Speed Train) can attain 125 mph (and does) on a number of routes in the UK. Seen here in the grandeur of Paddington.
A Grand Central HST worked by power cars 43465 & 43423 is seen speeding South past Sandy on the East Coast Main Line to London Kings Cross with the 12.28 from Sunderland ( 1A65 ), 10th October 2... (more)