Glasgow Central Low Level: A somewhat blurred mobile phone shot of EMU 314213, hauled by diesel loco 37884, on its final journey to Glasgow Works where it will be dismantled for component recovery. The photo was taken as the cortege passed unexpectedly if fittingly along the Argyle line on 12th February 2019.
Grantown-on-Spey East: View along the trackbed at Grantown-on-Spey East on 6 February 2019 showing the two coaches now incorporated within the site of the Highland Heritage and Cultural Centre.
Craigendoran Junction: Storm waters strike the sea wall at Craigendoran Junction in February 2019.
Oxford: A southbound intermodal passes through Oxford on 10th January 2019 behind Freightliner 70003.
Carlisle: Upperby based Stanier Pacific 46238 City of Carlisle heads for its home shed on the afternoon of 22 February 1964, having arrived in the sidings on the west side of Carlisle station earlier with a down parcels train.
Southminster: 321331 at Southminster station, terminus of the Crouch Valley Line in Essex, on 5th April 2014. [See image 65354] of the same location thirty years earlier, since when electrification has forced the platform canopy to be cut back behind the platform edge.
Bolton-le-Sands: Neville Hill based Pacer 144005 runs south through Bolton-le-Sands with a Leeds to Morecambe service on 28th January 2019
Coppull [2nd]: DRS 68018 and 68034 head south at Coppull on 2nd February 2019 working to Crewe with 4 wagons from Sellafield. The tower of the former Coppull Spinning Mill stands on the left.
Strathbungo Junction: Class 20 leading (two on the rear) climbing from General Terminus Quay with a load of either coal or iron ore for Ravenscraig Steel Works. Seen here at Strathbungo Junction en route to the former Strathbungo station before reversing to reach the West Coast Main Line at Gushetfaulds. The Cathcart Circle is on the left. The view looks north in 1974. Strathbungo box, behind the locomotive, had closed in September the previous year.
Markinch: Construction work on the new interchange at Markinch in July 2007, photographed looking west over the site. At this stage the project was several months behind schedule, with the original planned opening date of May 2007 long past. The official opening finally took place in November of that year. The former HQ of John Haig & Co (now part of the Haig Business Park) dominates the left background.