47806 runs along the Teign Estuary in Devon, England with train 1M56 0846 Penzance to Manchester. These services are now in the hands of modern Voyager units, and 47806 has been heavily rebuilt an... (more)
Ex British Rail class 20 number 20168 is seen in industrial use at the Lafarge Cement Works at Hope in Derbyshire. Although this was a normal working day at the works, a group of photographers had... (more)
The first built class 40 number D200 departs from Goathland on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, UK.
37425 and 37411 approach Washwood Heath yard with train 1Z37 0626 Bristol Temple Meads to Stratford upon Avon enthusiasts tour.
Class 40 D212 'Aureol' poses alongside Swanwick Junction signalbox. The loco is carrying an 'Irish Mail' headboard. This train was a night time London to Holyhead service that was worked by class ... (more)
This loco is normally used to haul a VIP passenger train in the UK and carries a unique silver livery. However, on this occasion it was taking a rail recovery train on a triangular route in order ... (more)
37906 poses in Bewdley station during a photo charter.
Stanier mogul 42968 poses in Loughborough Central station during a photo shoot organised by Russ Hillier.
40145 is down to about 20mph as it slogs uphill in the Peak District with an enthusiasts tour for Buxton.
BR class 33 number 33053 stands at the head of a short ballast train during a photo charter.
Hunslet 0-6-0ST 3694 'Whiston' attacks the 1 in 19 gradient as it climbs away from Foxfield Colliery with a rake of mineral wagons during the Foxfield Railway's 2000 Summer Steam Gala.
37416 works a Mallaig to Kilmarnock railtour through some impressive Scottish scenery near Glenfinnan on the Fort William to Mallaig line.
A pair of class 20's pose alongside Swanwick Junction signalbox with an engineers train during a photo shoot at the Midland Railway Centre. The signalbox was originally situated on the Midland Mai... (more)
B1 61264 hauls a freight along the Springwell branch (Barrow Hill) during a photo charter. The loco has been disguised as sister engine 61039 'Steinbok'.
A southbound Midland Mainline HST lead by power car 43059 leans into the curve as it climbs towards Desborough summit with a service for London St Pancras.