Tower Burn Viaduct: The eastern extent of the surviving section of Tower Burn Viaduct, Dunfermline, which now terminates alongside Winterthur Lane. View is north on 31 August 2019.
Manchester Victoria: Northern Class 150s at Manchester Victoria on 03 September 2019. The unit in front is departing to Wigan Wallgate via Walkden while the one to the right followed it out heading to Clitheroe via Bolton. Contrary to what it appears, the photo isn't taken at night, it is just that being under the MEN Arena gives you that impression.
Glenfinnan: Black 5 No.45212 pounds up the 1 in 50 gradient into Glenfinnan Station, while 45407 waits to depart for Fort William, on 20th August 2019.
Langside Junction: The 5.30pm ex-St Enoch runs south through Langside Junction on the first day of August 1955 en route to Carlisle. Locomotives are Fairburn tank 42122 and Jubilee 45608 Gibraltar.
Helmsdale: The Helmsdale Painter. A view looking east of Helmsdale station in 1989. If you have a copy of 'Scotland's Stations: A travellers' Guide' turn to page 88 (Helmsdale) to find a photograph of a painter at the station. I had a copy of this book with me when I took this photograph and, on enquiring, the painter confirmed this was himself many years earlier. The conversation then turned to the shed and days past.
Butterley: Exterior of the Midland Railway Centre's Butterley for Ripley and Swanwick station, except that its not the original, this being the identical station from Whitwell on the Nottingham to Worksop line, closed in 1964 (since reopened) and brought here brick by brick and reassembled for the MRC in 1981. Seen here during a visit by UK Railtours on 4th May 2019.
Niddrie NCB Shed: NCB 0-6-0ST No.25 (Andrew Barclay 2358 of 1954) has her ashpan cleaned out at Niddrie engine shed in 1971. The Landsale Yard was the surviving was the last surviving part of the Niddrie & Benhar Coal Company's system, handling a daily trainload of coal for distribution. The loco later moved to Polkemmet Colliery and is now preserved at the Scottish Industrial Railway Centre, Waterside.
Felixstowe Beach: Looking towards the docks from the level crossing at Felixstowe Beach in July 2019. The old station is behind the camera at this point. Colour light signals have replaced the semaphores that previously protected this location. [See image 20637] from 1990.
Kendal: A view of the former station building and station approach at Kendal on 05 September 2019. The building appears in excellent condition and is used as a medical centre.
Newtongrange: A Sunday morning service on the Borders line calls at Newtongrange on May Day 2016. The builings, headgear and boiler house chimney of Lady Victoria Colliery (now the Scottish Mining Museum) stand in the background. The tree covered hill immediately beyond the car park is the remains of the colliery waste bing. Like its neighbour a mile and a half to the south, the bing suffered intermittently from smouldering fires producing noxious fumes [see image 54902] which led to action being taken during the late 1980s/early 1990s to remedy the problem permanently (including removal of much of the spoil).