LNER Class B1 emerges into the late autumn sun.
A view through the tunnel at Grosmont Station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Thompson B1 Class no 61264 (masquerading as 61002 Impala) stands outside the shed awaiting its next duty.
LNER B1 class 61264 runs down the hill from Heywood to Bury on the East Lancashire Railway.
LNER B1 no. 61264 on display at the Great Gathering at Crewe Works in 2005.
Barrow Hill Shed was the last operational round house in the UK, now home to Barrow Hill Engine Shed Society, the site sees various active steam and diesel locomotives visiting. Here we see three ... (more)
One of the Highland Rail Festival steam runs on the rarely visited Oban branch crosses the top end of Loch Awe, in very typical West of Scotland weather.
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'.
Just about the only burst of sunlight in several days of photo charters on Scotland's West Highland Line. Rannoch is one of the most isolated spots on the line.
5Z62 empty stock move from Carnforth to Fort William approaches its destination over 3 hours late allowing this shot at Torlundy
'B1' 61264 a Carnforth-Fort William ECS ('deadhead') positioning run, making an early morning unassisted assault on the famous Beattock bank.
'B1' 61264 a Carnforth-Fort William ECS ('deadhead') positioning run on Scotland's scenic West Highland Line, in readiness for this summer's 'Jacobite' season of steam trips.
B1 on the Santa Special from Bury