Flying Scotsman on a midweek steam special. Following the re-opening of the Settle to Carlisle railway line after a landslip.
Preserved steam locomotive 92214 a 9F takes the incline from Loughborough to Quorn on a cold November morning.
The first double headed passenger train of the day at The Great Central Railway.
Before dawn at the Great Central Railway's Engine Sheds.
This image was taken at photographers event at Barrow Hill Roundhouse. Two engineers bring to life a giant of the railways.
92214 heading South at Kinchley lane on the Great Central Railway.
Tornado and Flying Scotsman together. The image was taken at Barrow Hill Round house.
Union of South Africa heads South over Ribblehead Viaduct on a February evening.
I have always loved steam engines and the Settle to Carlisle railway.
I love to see a steam engine working an incline. The Settle to Carlisle is the perfect setting to see a locomotive doing just that.
I have had the pleasure to have held a lineside pass for The Great Central Railway at Loughborough. This gave me the opportunity to get close and personal with some of the preserved engines in traffic.
I have attended special photography events at Barrow Hill Roundhouse. Two images from the event appear in this gallery.
All images are the copyrite of Gavin Duxbury.