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Great Central Railway - Tuesday 15th July 2014 : A photo charter at the Great Central Railway organised by Neil Cave's TimeLine Events using a weathered 78019 in an attempt to recreate a 1960's feel.

Great Central Railway - Tuesday 15th ...

Paul Gildersleve

A photo charter at the Great Central Railway organised by Neil Cave's ...

Updated: Jul 17, 2014 3:05am PST

Bosnia: Banovici coalfield railway, 2014 3 : 43 photos of the third narrow gauge steam charter.  It featured three locos!  0-8-0T 55-99 and 0-8-2 83-159 double-headed, and 0-6-0T 25-30 was on the rear.

Bosnia: Banovici coalfield railway, 2...

andrewstransport

43 photos of the third narrow gauge steam charter. It featured three ...

Updated: Jul 15, 2014 9:50pm PST

Bosnia: Banovici coalfield railway, 2014 2 : 42 photos of the second narrow gauge steam charter, featuring 0-8-2 83-159.  183 of these classic 76cm gauge locos were built between 1903 and 1949.

Bosnia: Banovici coalfield railway, 2...

andrewstransport

42 photos of the second narrow gauge steam charter, featuring 0-8-2 83 ...

Updated: Jul 15, 2014 8:52pm PST

European Railways : A few photos from travels around Europe including some tram shots.

European Railways

eastanglianrailwayarchive

A few photos from travels around Europe including some tram shots.

Updated: Jul 12, 2014 10:38pm PST

Bosnia: Banovici coalfield railway, 2014 1 : The first of three albums recording steam charters on this 76cm gauge coal railway near Tuzla in central Bosnia.  The featured loco was 0-8-0T 55-99.

Bosnia: Banovici coalfield railway, 2...

andrewstransport

The first of three albums recording steam charters on this 76cm gauge ...

Updated: Jul 11, 2014 8:55am PST

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</div><div style="background-color: #fefefe; margin:0ex;padding:1ex">All of the latest rail pictures will be uploaded here and held for around a month before being moved to the appropriate collection. <br>Keep up to date with new uploads by following twitter @PhilTorgUK
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• 12.07.14: 66133 on 'The Heart of Wales Rambler'.<br>
• 27.06.14: 37602/5 on the GCG Branch with  1Q05.<br>
• 24.06.14: 60099 on 6B33 and 37602/5 on 1Q05.<br>
• 20.06.14: 37423 and 37604 on 1Q13 at Swansea.<br>
• 14.06.14: South West Miscellany with 5043 and 57605.<br>



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Latest Pictures Gallery

Phil Trotter

New • Latest Pictures All of the latest rail pictures will be up ...

Updated: Jul 05, 2014 3:16am PST

Kent & East Sussex last train commemoration : Three Terriers all in BR Black

Kent & East Sussex last train commemo...

Stephen Leek

Three Terriers all in BR Black

Updated: Jul 04, 2014 1:10pm PST

Yugoslav steam survivors, 2014 : 33 photos of 17 locos (in number order) plinthed or dumped at various locations in former Yugoslavia, and of the two Yugoslav locos brought to England.  Also five photos of two 76cm gauge flat wagons converted for military use, one armoured, the other fitted with a giant claw for destroying track.

Yugoslav steam survivors, 2014

andrewstransport

33 photos of 17 locos (in number order) plinthed or dumped at various ...

Updated: Jul 04, 2014 2:38am PST

Welsh Narrow Gauge Railways : As a young rail fan I was always attracted to railways with a gauge narrower than standard. I devoured books from the library on narrow gauge railways in all parts of the world, dreaming of the day I would be able to travel abroad and experience them myself. Of course many no longer survive but over the years I have been very lucky and have managed to see lots of narrow gauge action in many parts of the world. But in 2013 it doesn't get much better than the narrow gauge railways in Wales, especially since the Ffestiniog Railway has spearheaded the rebuilding of the legendary Welsh Highland. So this gallery features pictures from a number of Welsh railways but concentrates on the FR and WHR.

Welsh Narrow Gauge Railways

nick86235

As a young rail fan I was always attracted to railways with a gauge na ...

Updated: Jul 01, 2014 4:45am PST

The 67s : The class 67 (EMD type JT 42HW-HS) was ordered by EWS primarily for mail traffic, which they worked away from the electrified network until Royal Mail abandoned rail, and EWS, in 2001. Since then they have continued to find work both on freight and, more recently, as frontline passenger power with Scotrail, open access operator Wrexham, Shropshire and Marylebone, Chiltern Railways and Arriva Trains Wales. In terms of livery most still wear the EWS maroon and gold, but a number were repainted for Wrexham and Shropshire and continue in the same livery for Chiltern whilst two wear the blue of DBS subsidiary Arriva Trains Wales. 67018 Keith Heller is in DB cherry red and sports a giant maple leaf in honour of its namesake, the Canadian CEO of EWS and DBS who retired back in early 2010. 67005 and 006 are in 'Royal' livery, 67026 sports a union flag on silver flanks and 67029 is decked in silver for use with the DBS Executive Train<br><br>
I think they are quite attractive machines as modern diesels go. Railfans nicknamed them Skips on account of their shape.<br><br>
This gallery celebrates their varied career, mainly taken since losing the mail contract.

The 67s

nick86235

The class 67 (EMD type JT 42HW-HS) was ordered by EWS primarily for ma ...

Updated: Jun 29, 2014 12:50pm PST