11 Images released on Saturday 01/08/2020

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Barton and Broughton: 397008 passes under the Lightfoot Lane bridge as it heads towards Preston and Manchester Airport on 22nd July 2020. Increasing the TPE fleet to twelve 397 units from ten 350s has allowed the introduction of services to Liverpool as well as Manchester.

Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
Mark Bartlett [22/07/2020]

Moreton-in-Marsh: The new order cometh - the 21.22 for Worcester Shrub Hill (from Paddington) pauses under a splendid summer sunset.

Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway
Ken Strachan [18/07/2020]

Scout Green: Stanier Jubilee 45690 'Leander' works hard on the climb up Shap at Scout Green with a railtour to Carlisle on 21st January 2017.

Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
John McIntyre [21/01/2017]

Silvermuir Junction: The site of Silvermuir Junction, the eastern apex of the Lanark branch junctions from the main line, seen in 2000. The branch ran through the location now occupied by a modern house. Lanark Junction signal box, opened in 1934, was considerably set back here in the 'V' of the junction. This box replaced the three boxes of the triangular junction, those at Cleghorn Junction, Silvermuir Junction and Silvermuir South Junction.

Caledonian Railway
Ewan Crawford [//2000]

Gleneagles: The down Granite City arrives at Gleneagles on 30 April 1956. Locomotive in charge is BR Standard class 5 4-6-0 no 73120.

Scottish Central Railway
G H Robin collection by courtesy of the Mitchell Library, Glasgow [30/04/1956]

Havant: A 1962 ticket for a trip on the Hayling Island branch 'Puffing Billy' en-route to the ferry to Ryde during a mid teens quick out and back trip to the Isle of Wight, with a few others, that also included a visit to Eastleigh shed.

Hayling Railway
David Pesterfield [08/12/1962]

Linlithgow: A Glasgow to Edinburgh service calls at Linlithgow on 16th July 2020. When this class first appeared the set number on the left-hand side was, rather pointlessly, below the red line and the difference in levels gave it an odd raised-eyebrow look. You can see where this has been remedied

Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway
David Panton [16/07/2020]

Cockfosters: The LUL Piccadilly Line terminus at Cockfosters, opened in 1933, seen here on 16th November 2012. Designed by Dr. Charles Holden (1875-1960), the London Underground's Chief Architect between the two world wars.

Piccadilly Extension (London Electric Railways)
David Bosher [16/11/2012]

Glasgow Queen Street High Level: The new signage on the as yet unopened George Square entrance to Glasgow Queen Street. 24th July 2020.

Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway
Colin McDonald [24/07/2020]

Cardiff Bay: TfW service to Caerphilly awaiting departure from Cardiff Bay on 6th July 2020.

Taff Vale Railway
Alastair McLellan [06/07/2020]

Ferryhill Junction: 47517 comes off the shed and heads towards Aberdeen station (to the right) at Ferryhill Junction on 19th April 1977.

Aberdeen Railway
John McIntyre [19/04/1977]