DB Cargo red livery on Clay Train

DB Cargo red livery on Clay Train

DB Cargo 66020 in immaculate condition was on the first portion of this week’s clay train and is seen here passing under the Rockstone footbridge on Dawlish sea wall. This was one of the first locomotives produced for (at that time EWS), and is in its 19th year...
HMS Argyll sails through Teignmouth

HMS Argyll sails through Teignmouth

Much more rain and it could have!  GBRf 66775 looking resplendent with its newly added nameplate and its ships fleet number F231 and badge hurries through Teignmouth on its way back from Devonport to its base at Eastleigh. Thanks to Nick for braving the elements to...
Highlights from June 22 2017

Highlights from June 22 2017

Just a quick video from a couple of weeks ago featuring the new IEP, the 150 test train and some freight.   Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new...
Nice day for a stroll along the wall.

Nice day for a stroll along the wall.

Plenty of room on the beach for a few more but busier close to Langstone rock. The sandy beach over the water is beyond the River Exe Estuary at Exmouth. Along the opposite side of the railway line are large areas of Hottentot fig or Carpobrotus edulis for those who...
New kid on the block

New kid on the block

Colas 70815, one of the last batch to arrive in the UK, put in it’s first appearance on the sea wall with today’s Aberthaw to Lafarge Moorswater service with 11 cement tanks, a smaller load than the normal twenty or so. Colas Rail Freight have now received...