As its centenary approaches, we take an illustrated look at the world's most famous locomotive: Flying Scotsman
We Are Railfans accept an invite to the private Exeter & Teign Valley Railway in Devon.
A run down of where all 10 remaining 'Terrier' locomotives are now during their 150th year.
First London, then Budapest. But it was Glasgow that offered the world the third-oldest underground railway tunnelling beneath the River Clyde.
After the Castle Class 4-6-0 the game of motive power top trumps moved into another gear with the Southern Railway’s introduction of the Lord Nelson 4-6-0 tender engines.
One of the “Big Three” American steam locomotive builders, Alco also was at the forefront of development of diesels for switching duty.
At the end of March 2022, part of the West Somerset Railway hits the 160 years mark.