peter kerslake(non-registered)
I regret no longer being able to add any comments to a number of these fine images as was possible in past times as that facility seems to have now been deleted from the revised site , and a number are just crying out for a few snippets of additional information to enhance the pictures , but sadly it is apparently not now open to do so , which is a great pity .
Is there any hope for reinstatement of the facility in the future , please ?
Chris odell(non-registered)
I am research with old railway and stations around the northamptonshire. I am looking some old photos of stations, railway and loco runs etc.
ian bakewell(non-registered)
brings back real memories of the great steam era,
David Pope
I have been looking for a great photo of 4084 'Aberystwyth Castle' that my Great Grandfather drove to frame along with buttons off of his GWR uniform and his WW2 lapel pin badge. Found a great picture of this and this will form a great family keepsake.
peter kerslake(non-registered)
Old enough , but fortunate enough to remember the days of " real " steam , and your image of the two gas turbines 18000 and 18100 together at Swindon is the only shot that I have ever seen of these two together in many years of building an archive on them...it must surely be unique.
ron cox(non-registered)
its a pleasure to look at part of our great railway history,i have purchased quite a few photos linked with my hobby ,long may you continue
Sheila simms(non-registered)
My dad was a guard on these trains ,out of Kings Cross until 1956.Wonder if there are any pics of guards about fromthat era,,thanks. George leonard peacock was his name,known mostly as len x
Bob Wallen(non-registered)
Saddened to hear of the death of Hugh Ballantyne, a legend amongst photographers.
PAUL UNDERWOOD(non-registered)
Picture 606 45067 is standing on N07 road at Aston MPD where I worked from 1956 to 1963. Saltley MPD was roundhouses
DEREK DEAN(non-registered)
am researching GWR coaling stages and hoping some views will be found on your extensive site
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