South East & Chatham Railway 'C' Class 0-6-0 at Horsted Keynes on the Bluebell Railway with Wedding Special and Golden Arrow adornments. The wedding bouquets attached to the first Pullman Car grab handles are a nice touch. Tender and cab detail on no. 30541 as it stands at Horsted Keynes on the Bluebell Railway. Although the Japanese powered water pump is almost certainly not an SR provided accessory! South East & Chatham Railway 'H' Class 0-4-4T no. 263 enters Horsted Keynes on the Bluebell Railway with an East Grinstead bound service. Note the period coaches at the front. Horsted Keynes is quite an extensive station for a heritage railway with five platforms. Welsh Highland Railway Class NGG16 Garratt no. 138 arrives at Dinas with 14.15 Caernarfon to Porthmadog. Waiting passengers look familiar? Welsh Highland Railway Funkey B-B Diesel 'Castell Caernarfon' in the yard at Dinas. The distant signal looking as if it's sprouting out of its roof (nice composition Tom!) is in fact the former up distant signal for Dinas LNWR station. Today's 'new' WHR station is on the site of the former standard gauge platforms and this signal has been erected in memory. North Wales Narrow Gauge Railway replica carriage no. 24 at Dinas on the rear of the Welsh Highland Railway 14.05 Porthmadog to Caernarfon. NWNGR was one of the forerunner companies of the WHR. The coach was built in 2002 at Boston Lodge Works. It is a replica of of an 1894 'Ashbury' NWNGR 'Summer Coach'. Familiar faces emerge from the Goat Tunnel at Beddgelert on return from a 'Black Hand Gang' working party. Under the watchful eye of DR traincrew, PKP Class TKh49 0-6-0 no. 2944 couples up to the 16.10 to Cheddleton via Leekbrook Junction on the Churnet Valley Railway. The loco was built at Fablok loco works, Chrzanów, Poland.GW Prairie no. L150 (aka 5521) waiting to depart from Avon Riverside with 15.40 to Bitton on the Avon Valley Railway.66122 piloting BR Class 7 Pacific 70000 Britannia at Exeter St Davids on the Great Britain 8 railtour, carrying DRSA's very own Peter Ritchie. The class 66 was needed to help the train on the Devon banks, but the Brit seemed to be doing most of the work on the next leg.DRSA's magazine editor, ticket seller and station announcer Peter Ritchie, at Exeter St Davids in front of BR Class 7 Pacific Britannia, about to board the Great Britain 8 railtour.BR Standard class 9F 2-10-0 92214 at Bewdley on the Severn Valley RailwayGWR 4-6-0 no 7812 Earlstoke Manor arriving at Bewdley from Kidderminster, passing the array of signals and Bewdley South Signalbox SR Battle of Britain class 4-6-2 34053 'Sir Keith Park' at Bewdley on the Severn Valley RailwayBR Standard class 5 73096 at Ropley, Mid-Hants Railway Steam GalaSR West Country class 34007 Wadebridge at Ropley, Mid-Hants Railway Steam GalaBR Standard class 9F 92212 at Ropley, Mid-Hants Railway Steam GalaSR Schools class 925 Cheltenham at Ropley, Mid-Hants Railway Steam GalaGWR 4-6-0 5029 Nunney Castle passing through Exeter on the Torbay ExpressGWR 4-6-0 5029 Nunney Castle at Exeter St Thomas on the Torbay ExpressSR Battle of Britain 4-6-2 34067 Tangmere passing Exeter St Thomas on the Royal Duchy

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Ivatt Class 2 2-6-2 tank 41312 at Alresford

Ivatt Class 2 2-6-2 tank 41312 at Alresford taken on 2017-02-18 by Philip Wagstaff.