Preston: Elevated view (from County Hall) of the northern approaches to Preston station on 2nd October 2018. A Northern Class 319 EMU is heading for Blackpool passing the Power Box with the 309' spire of St. Walburge's Church, third tallest in the UK, dominating the scene.
Furnace Sidings: Water tank inspection for 'Brookes No 1', a 1941 Hunslet 0-6-0ST in Furnace Sidings during the P&BR Autumn Gala in September 2019.
Forth Bridge: Class A1 No.60163 'Tornado' crossing The Forth Bridge above North Queensferry with the northbound ' Aberdonian '.
Rogart: The main station building at Rogart on the Far North Line, now a private residence occupied by a charming couple who gave us a profuse welcome when we arrived to stay the night in one of their converted railway coaches. This station was one of several on this line that closed on 13th June 1960 but it dawned rather quickly on the powers-that-be that the closures were somewhat more severe than necessary and Rogart was the first to reopen on 6th March 1961.
Broadrigg Colliery Pit No 2: The waterlogged trackbed of the NBR North Monkland Branch grows a different type of vegetation from the surrounding ground making it easy to pick out in this view taken from where it once passed below Drumriggend Road, a minor road off Binniehill Road between Slamannan and Longriggend. The Broadrigg Colliery Pit No 2 was on a short mineral branch off to the left. Ahead the line curves round to North Monkland Junction.
Coupar Angus: BR Light Pacific no 72008 Clan MacLeod entering Coupar Angus from the north on 20 July 1953. The train is the Aberdeen - Glasgow Buchanan Street 'Bon Accord'.
Clydebank: A Dumbarton Central service calls at the onetime Clydebank Central on 24 August 2019.