Ex-Anglia Railways electric loco 86217 is one of several dozen out of use machines stored at the former Ministry Of Defence depot at Long Marston.
A First Great Western local (all stations) service from Exmouth to Paignton approaches Dawlish station in a spell of fine weather,which is being enjoyed by the holidaymakers.
A First Great Western service from Paignton to London Paddington calls at the seaside station of Dawlish,on the beautiful Devon coast.
A northbound service heads through the snow on the outskirts of Gloucester.
A Penzance to Glasgow Central service passes Dawlish on a (fairly) bright Summers day.This now faded seaside resort still attracts thousands of visitors each year,although few of them show much in... (more)
A mid-morning scene at London Bridge (suburban) station,with a variety of class 455 and 377 units.
Castle class loco "Earl Of Mount Edgecombe" stands in platform 4 at Gloucester after arriving with a private charter from Tyseley.
It could almost be a scene from 50 years ago.Great Western Railway "Hall" 6998 "Burton Agnes Hall" stands at the water column outside the shed at Didcot.
Bulleid "Battle of Britain" Class loco 34053 "Sir Keith Park" passes Eardington station during the Severn Valley Railway Autumn Steam Gala.
Standing inside the Railway Museum at Swindon is 92220 "Evening Star",the last loco built for British Railways.The loco was completed in 1960,and I can remember seeing it under construction !
Having just passed Stonehouse station,Tornado begins the ascent of Sapperton Bank with a special from Gloucester to London Victoria.
A District Line service bound for Wimbledon arrives at Earls Court.
Still in its E.W.S. livery (as are most D.B.Schenker locos) 66093 passes Keenes Crossing on the outskirts of Gloucester with a train of empties from Round Oak to Margam.
Introduced in 1961,the class 35 "Hymeks" were fitted with Maybach MD870 engines,rated at 1740 h.p.,making them ideal mixed traffic locos.101 examples were built,but the fact that they were hydraul... (more)
The dumping ground at the rear of Toton depot,in Derbyshire,contains a number of various locos,some of which have been there a number of years.