The short (0.8miles/1.3km) branch line from Stourbridge Junction station to Stourbridge Town was opened in 1879,and has seen a variety of motive power over the years.The branch is currently worked... (more)
A short half mile branch line links the stations at Stourbridge Junction and Stourbridge Town,and the regular shuttle service is provided by a Class 139 "People Mover".Introduced in 2009,the vehic... (more)
Worcester Foregate Street is one of the dwindling number of places in the UK where traditional semaphore signals are used. Class 170 no.170634 is seen here dropping down the gradient from Worceste... (more)
The 09.25 Stourbridge Junction to Dorridge service has just left the station and is seen here passing the still used signal box.The trains journey will take it across Birmingham,serving most of th... (more)
A class 150 unit with a service for Dorridge emerges from Moor Street tunnel into the June sunshine,and prepares to stop at the station.
170507 arrives at Droitwich Spa.
150011 arrives into Droitwich Spa passing the signalbox and GWR lower quadrant semaphore signals.
150012 heads south at Moor St with a Shirley service as a Chiltern 168 waits time in the platform.
London Midland 350234 whips up the snow as it passes Barby Nortoft on a Birmingham New St. to London Euston service.
323 217 makes the Bescot Station stop while working a local service from Walsall
Local turbo unit 170 169 stops at Oakengates on route to Birmingham
323211 traverses the maze of pointwork at Proof House Junction to the east of new Street station in a location inaccessible to photographers
St George's Day April 23rd see's London Midland class 350 130 stands at Penkridge Station awaiting to depart with the 13-18 service to Birmingham. Note the drivers small St George Flag in the fro... (more)