Black Five no 44871 works hard climbing away from Glenfinnan with the morning Jacobite service from Fort William to Mallaig.
Black Five no 44871 prepares to leave Mallaig station with the return working of the Jacobean to Fort William
Black Five no. 44871 attacks the climb, north of Glenfinnan in the West Highlands of Scotland, while it works the Jacobean service from Fort William to Mallaig
Black 5 44871 climbs Dainton Bank at Kerswell Bridge hauling 1Z82 08:47 Bristol Temple Meads to Par 'Royal Duchy' charter on Sunday 30th August 2020
4-6-0 Stanier design "Black Five" steamlocomotive # 44871 is crossing the 380 meter long and up to 30 meter high, 21 arched Glenfinnan viaduct, built in 1898, with "The Jacobite&qu... (more)
Former London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) Class 5 or "Blake Five" 4-6-0 # 44871 (privately owned, operational for the East Lancashire Railway), is pulling the "Mancunian"... (more)
A London Paddington to Shrewsbury excursion passes Purton,on the banks of the River Severn.The train,organised by Steam Dreams,is headed by a pair of Stanier "Black 5" locos from the Eas... (more)
Black 5s 44871 & 45407 passing through Bolton with the final leg of the Tin Bath railtour to Manchester
Black 5s 44871 & 45407 climbing the 1 in 98 to Crow Nest Junction with the Tin Bath railtour en route from Preston to Sheffield
Ex LMS class 5MT 44871 and 45407 double heading with 1Z28 The Tin Bath Extra Sheffield - Manchester Victoria are seen crossing Pennistone Viaduct
Black 5s 44871 and 45407 are seen leaidng 1Z31 Newington-Bristol Temple Meads away from Southcote Junction - 16/12/2014
The Jacobite steam train does not look the slightest bit out of place running through the ancient-looking landscapes of the Scottish Highlands on this cold and damp May afternoon.
The foreboding mountains surround Loch Morar loom in the distance as The Jacobite steam train covers the last few miles on its journey to the coastal town of Mallaig on the western highlands line.
The Jacobite puts on a show as it cross the trestle over the inlet stream of a coastal loch on its run to Mallaig. Far beyond the bridge is the North Atlantic Ocean.
Led by "Black Five" 44871, the Jacobite steam train stretches its legs on the level grade along Loch Eilt on its first run to Mallaig of 2013. Despite it being mid-May, a dusting of fresh snow fro... (more)