The class 52 "Western"l locos were among the most loved British diesels of all time.Built at Swindon and Crewe between 1961 and 1964,these hydraulic machines handled all the Western Regions expres... (more)
An evening service for London Kings Cross calls at Doncaster.The train is formed of an ex-First Great Western class 180 unit.
A pair of Central Line trains pass at North Acton station.
The DBS depot at Toton has become the dumping ground for numerous locomotives,either stored or withdrawn.Here we see the rear of the running shed,with a variety of engines,including classes 08,09,... (more)
A general view of Toddington station on a very cold December day.
A couple of railfans take note of class 90 no. 90048 as it passes Ipswich station at the head of 4M88,a Felixstowe to Crewe Basford Hall Freightliner service.
A rare burst of January sunshine catches a Newcastle to Plymouth service, formed of a 4 car class 220 and a 5 car class 221.The train,diverted because of engineering works,is running alongside the... (more)
An organised tour of Basford Hall Yard,in Crewe,found 70004 waiting its next working.
Every so often you manage to get that extra bit of luck - as was the case here. In the centre of the picture,an Arriva Cross Country class 220 unit races towards the camera with a Manchester Picca... (more)
70003 exits the running loop at Haresfield with 4Z70,a Rugeley to Stoke Gifford coal empties.
A Pendolino service heading for London Euston races through Atherstone station.
A real oddity at the Statfold Barn Railway - "Goose" is a 1917 built railcar from the Davenport Loco Works,Iowa.She was built for the Indian Sugar Railway,and worked at the Bihar State S... (more)
Into the abyss - a Central Lines service for Epping goes underground as it leaves Stratford station,in East London.
Virgin Trains took over running the East Coast line on the 1st March,and lost no time in branding the class 43 power cars.Within a couple of years these reliable machines will have gone from the l... (more)
The traditional British seaside. A second-generation D.M.U. approaches Dawlish station on a bright summers day,no doubt bringing more holiday makers to this popular resort.