On The Cameras Today – 02/07/20

Thursday 2nd July – MAINLINE CAMERAS

ALTRINCHAM CAMERA

BARKING CAMERAS

00:36 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Coldham Lane Junction

02:15 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Coldham Lane Junction

BEATTOCK CAMERA

02:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

03:00 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

BEDFORD CAMERA

15:09 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q23 Ferme Park Reception Line Gb Railfreight to Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane

BOLTON LE SANDS CAMERA (freightmaster.net)

01:18 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:07 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

BUSHBURY JUNCTION CAMERA

CAMDEN JUNCTION CAMERAS

 – CAMERA 1 (Euston/WCML)

07:43 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

08:58 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper ECS move – 5M16 London Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

10:38 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z43 Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to London Euston

11:05 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z44 London Euston to London Euston

13:00 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z44 London Euston to London Euston

13:36 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z45 London Euston to London Euston

16:00 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z45 London Euston to London Euston

16:37 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z46 London Euston to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

19:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper ECS move – 5S95 Wembley Inter City Depot to London Euston

21:20 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 2 (Primrose Hill/Freight)

CHESTERFIELD CAMERAS (Hasland/Chesterfield Sth Jn)

09:22 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Doncaster West Yard to Derby Rtc Serco

10:22 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0R57 Leicester Loco Inspection Point to Chesterfield

10:32 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0R59 Chesterfield to Leicester Loco Inspection Point

CLITHEROE CAMERA

CRAMLINGTON CAMERA

CREWE CAMERAS (crewehc.org)

 – CAMERA 1

 – CAMERA 2

05:33 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

23:50 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 3

05:33 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

23:50 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 4

05:31 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

18:43 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M88 Crewe Basford Hall Ssn to Ditton O’connor Sidings Freightliner

23:51 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

DAGENHAM (BECONTREE) CAMERA

DAWLISH BEACH CAMERAS (dawlishbeach.com)

 – DAWLISH CAMERAS

 – DAWLISH WARREN CAMERA

DONCASTER CAMERA (www.socotec.co.uk)

02:53 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Doncaster West Yard to Derby Rtc Serco

08:30 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q67 Goole Up Goods Loop to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

DOVEY JUNCTION/DYFI OSPREY PROJECT CAMERA (https://www.dyfiospreyproject.com)

FARINGTON JUNCTION CAMERA

00:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

FLITWICK CAMERA   

14:57 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q23 Ferme Park Reception Line Gb Railfreight to Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane

GRATELEY CAMERA (facebook.com/grateleytrains/)

06:42 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx Reading to Salisbury

17:16 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx  Salisbury to Reading Triangle Sidings

LEYLAND CAMERA

00:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

NEWBURY CAMERA (icn-ltd.com)

14:38 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera ECS move – 5Z50 Penzance Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot to Reading Traincare Depot

PETERBOROUGH CAMERAS (railworld.org.uk)

 – CAMERA 1

08:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z72 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Cambridge Recp 1-3

08:20 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L66 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Lowestoft

16:46 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L69 Lowestoft Reception to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

20:03 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z77 Stansted Airport to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

 – CAMERA 2, 3 & 4

08:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z72 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Cambridge Recp 1-3

08:20 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L66 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Lowestoft

16:46 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L69 Lowestoft Reception to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

20:03 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z77 Stansted Airport to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

PORTSMOUTH CAMERA 

PRESTON CAMERA

01:03 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:29 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

SANQUHAR CAMERA (sanquharstation.co.uk)

SETTLE to CARLISLE LINE CAMERAS (foscl.org.uk)

 – HORTON-IN-RIBBLESDALE CAMERA 

07:45 – Locomotive Services Ltd diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z40 Appleby North East Sidings to Skipton

11:46 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

12:50 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

15:41 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

16:40 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

 – KIRKBY STEPHEN CAMERA

07:14 – Locomotive Services Ltd diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z40 Appleby North East Sidings to Skipton

11:19 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

13:17 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

15:14 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

16:52 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

 – RIBBLEHEAD CAMERAS

07:41 – Locomotive Services Ltd diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z40 Appleby North East Sidings to Skipton

11:41 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

12:55 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

15:35 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

16:18 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

SHREWSBURY ABBEY FOREGATE CAMERA (beachifa.co.uk)

SLOUGH CAMERAS

04:01 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q16 Banbury to Derby Rtc Serco

05:01 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q16 Banbury to Derby Rtc Serco

20:50 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera ECS move – 5C50 Reading Traincare Depot to Paddington

ST BEES CAMERA

THANKERTON CAMERA

02:05 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

03:22 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

TODMORDEN CAMERA

UPHALL CAMERA

WALTON-ON-THE-NAZE CAMERA

WATFORD CAMERA

07:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z32 Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight to Bletchley

07:30 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

16:04 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z41 Bletchley to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

21:35 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

YORK CAMERAS

 – NORTH (SKELTON JN) CAMERAS

07:47 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z71 Knottingley Locomotive Inspection Point/traction Maintenance Depot to Tees New Yard

 – ROC CAMERA 1 (Station) (networkrail.co.uk)s

07:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z71 Knottingley Locomotive Inspection Point/traction Maintenance Depot to Tees New Yard

 – ROC CAMERA 2 (Avoider) (networkrail.co.uk)

There is no guarantee that the services listed above will run, at the time of posting these are believed to be correct.

Thursday 2nd July – HERITAGE RAILWAY CAMERAS

LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY

(llangollen-railway.co.uk (stationholiday.co.uk)) 

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://llangollenrailway.charitycheckout.co.uk/cf/covid-19-appeal

NENE VALLEY RAILWAY

(nvr.org.uk)  

Closed until 25th July due to COVID-19 crisis. – https://nvr.org.uk/?jssCart=ef682ad6abaa542928c6b573380a41a5 

ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY

(rhdr.org.uk)

Home of the Railcam Rambler

Closed until 4th July due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.rhdr.org.uk/special-events/temporary-closure-update/

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 

(southdevonrailway.co.uk)

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/2020/03/17/all-sdr-train-services-temporarily-suspended/

SPA VALLEY RAILWAY 

(spavalleyrailway.co.uk)

Closed until mid-August due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.spavalleyrailway.co.uk/article.php/87/spa-valley-railway-railway-closed-due-to-covid-19-pandemic

SWANAGE RAILWAY

(swanagerailway.co.uk)

Closed until mid-July due to COVID-19 crisis – https://swanagerailway.co.uk/news/detail/coronavirus-update

TALYLLYN RAILWAY

(talyllyn.co.uk

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/covid-19-update

WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY

(west-somerset-railway.co.uk

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/news/detail/west-somerset-railway-has-decided-it-has-to-postpone-the-first-running-services-of-the-season

There is no guarantee that the services listed above will run, at the time of posting these are believed to be correct.

On The Cameras Tomorrow – 03/07/20

Friday 3rd July – MAINLINE CAMERAS

ALTRINCHAM CAMERA

BARKING CAMERAS

BEATTOCK CAMERA

02:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

03:00 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

BEDFORD CAMERA

BOLTON LE SANDS CAMERA (freightmaster.net)

01:18 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:07 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

BUSHBURY JUNCTION CAMERA

CAMDEN JUNCTION CAMERAS

 – CAMERA 1 (Euston/WCML)

07:43 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

08:58 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper ECS move – 5M16 London Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

19:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper ECS move – 5S95 Wembley Inter City Depot to London Euston

21:20 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 2 (Primrose Hill/Freight)

CHESTERFIELD CAMERAS (Hasland/Chesterfield Sth Jn)

02:35 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Wakefield Westgate

10:22 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0R57 Leicester Loco Inspection Point to Chesterfield

10:32 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0R59 Chesterfield to Leicester Loco Inspection Point

11:19 – Rail Operations Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5xxx Doncaster Rfs Engineering/wabtec to Laira Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot

23:54 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx York Thrall Europa/brml Head Quarters to Derby Rtc Serco

CLITHEROE CAMERA

13:51 – Locomotive Services Ltd Class 47 light engine move – 0Z21 Hellifield Goods Loops to Crewe Holding Sidings

CRAMLINGTON CAMERA

03:30 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Slateford Depot to Heaton Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot

CREWE CAMERAS (crewehc.org)

 – CAMERA 1

 – CAMERA 2

05:33 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

15:25 – Locomotive Services Ltd Class 47 light engine move – 0Z21 Hellifield Goods Loops to Crewe Holding Sidings

23:50 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 3

05:33 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

15:25 – Locomotive Services Ltd Class 47 light engine move – 0Z21 Hellifield Goods Loops to Crewe Holding Sidings

23:50 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 4

05:31 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

15:24 – Locomotive Services Ltd Class 47 light engine move – 0Z21 Hellifield Goods Loops to Crewe Holding Sidings

18:43 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M88 Crewe Basford Hall Ssn to Ditton O’connor Sidings Freightliner

23:51 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

DAGENHAM (BECONTREE) CAMERA

DAWLISH BEACH CAMERAS (dawlishbeach.com)

 – DAWLISH CAMERAS

01:22 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

04:22 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1C50 Paddington to Penzance

16:38 – Rail Operations Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5xxx Doncaster Rfs Engineering/wabtec to Laira Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot

 – DAWLISH WARREN CAMERA

01:24 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

04:21 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1C50 Paddington to Penzance

16:36 – Rail Operations Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5xxx Doncaster Rfs Engineering/wabtec to Laira Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot

DONCASTER CAMERA (www.socotec.co.uk)

01:13 – Direct Rail Services diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

01:48 – Direct Rail Services diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

02:19 – Direct Rail Services diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

02:59 – Direct Rail Services diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

03:07 – Direct Rail Services diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

03:09 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z41 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Doncaster Up Decoy Yard

10:25 – Rail Operations Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5xxx Doncaster Rfs Engineering/wabtec to Laira Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot

14:03 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Doncaster Up Decoy Yard to Tyne Sorting Sidings

17:17 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0D86 Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight to Doncaster West Yard

20:32 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0M04 Doncaster Roberts Road Shed Gb Railfreight to Carlisle New Yard

20:43 – Direct Rail Services diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings to Derby Rtc Serco

21:47 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q88 Doncaster Works Wagon Shops to Slade Green Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot

DOVEY JUNCTION/DYFI OSPREY PROJECT CAMERA (https://www.dyfiospreyproject.com)

FARINGTON JUNCTION CAMERA

00:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

FLITWICK CAMERA   

GRATELEY CAMERA (facebook.com/grateleytrains/)

LEYLAND CAMERA

00:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

14:27 – Locomotive Services Ltd Class 47 light engine move – 0Z21 Hellifield Goods Loops to Crewe Holding Sidings

NEWBURY CAMERA (icn-ltd.com)

PETERBOROUGH CAMERAS (railworld.org.uk)

 – CAMERA 1

08:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z72 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Cambridge Recp 1-3

08:20 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L66 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Lowestoft

16:46 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L69 Lowestoft Reception to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

20:03 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z77 Stansted Airport to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

 – CAMERA 2, 3 & 4

08:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z72 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Cambridge Recp 1-3

08:20 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L66 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Lowestoft

16:46 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L69 Lowestoft Reception to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

20:03 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z77 Stansted Airport to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

PORTSMOUTH CAMERA 

PRESTON CAMERA

01:03 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:29 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

SANQUHAR CAMERA (sanquharstation.co.uk)

SETTLE to CARLISLE LINE CAMERAS (foscl.org.uk)

 – HORTON-IN-RIBBLESDALE CAMERA 

11:46 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops

 – KIRKBY STEPHEN CAMERA

11:19 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops

 – RIBBLEHEAD CAMERAS

11:41 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops

SHREWSBURY ABBEY FOREGATE CAMERA (beachifa.co.uk)

SLOUGH CAMERAS

00:05 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1C50 Paddington to Penzance

04:42 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

09:10 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera ECS move – 5A50 Paddington to Reading Traincare Depot

12:56 – Rail Operations Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q60 Ilford Electric Multiple Unit Depot to Newport Docks Sims Group

20:50 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera ECS move – 5C50 Reading Traincare Depot to Paddington

ST BEES CAMERA

THANKERTON CAMERA

02:05 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

03:22 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

TODMORDEN CAMERA

UPHALL CAMERA

WALTON-ON-THE-NAZE CAMERA

WATFORD CAMERA

06:23 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Leicester Loco Inspection Point to Wembley Loco Holding Siding

07:30 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

21:35 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

YORK CAMERAS

 – NORTH (SKELTON JN) CAMERAS

02:27 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z41 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Doncaster Up Decoy Yard

07:47 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z71 Knottingley Locomotive Inspection Point/traction Maintenance Depot to Tees New Yard

16:03 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Doncaster Up Decoy Yard to Tyne Sorting Sidings

21:07 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0M04 Doncaster Roberts Road Shed Gb Railfreight to Carlisle New Yard

 – ROC CAMERA 1 (Station) (networkrail.co.uk)s

02:30 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z41 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Doncaster Up Decoy Yard

07:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z71 Knottingley Locomotive Inspection Point/traction Maintenance Depot to Tees New Yard

21:02 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0M04 Doncaster Roberts Road Shed Gb Railfreight to Carlisle New Yard

 – ROC CAMERA 2 (Avoider) (networkrail.co.uk)

08:10 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Wakefield Westgate to York Thrall Europa/brml Head Quarters

15:46 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Doncaster Up Decoy Yard to Tyne Sorting Sidings

21:13 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx York Thrall Europa/brml Head Quarters to Derby Rtc Serco

There is no guarantee that the services listed above will run, at the time of posting these are believed to be correct.

Friday 3rd July – HERITAGE RAILWAY CAMERAS

LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY

(llangollen-railway.co.uk (stationholiday.co.uk)) 

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://llangollenrailway.charitycheckout.co.uk/cf/covid-19-appeal

NENE VALLEY RAILWAY

(nvr.org.uk)  

Closed until 25th July due to COVID-19 crisis. – https://nvr.org.uk/?jssCart=ef682ad6abaa542928c6b573380a41a5 

ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY

(rhdr.org.uk)

Home of the Railcam Rambler

Closed until 4th July due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.rhdr.org.uk/special-events/temporary-closure-update/

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 

(southdevonrailway.co.uk)

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/2020/03/17/all-sdr-train-services-temporarily-suspended/

SPA VALLEY RAILWAY 

(spavalleyrailway.co.uk)

Closed until mid-August due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.spavalleyrailway.co.uk/article.php/87/spa-valley-railway-railway-closed-due-to-covid-19-pandemic

SWANAGE RAILWAY

(swanagerailway.co.uk)

Closed until mid-July due to COVID-19 crisis – https://swanagerailway.co.uk/news/detail/coronavirus-update

TALYLLYN RAILWAY

(talyllyn.co.uk

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/covid-19-update

WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY

(west-somerset-railway.co.uk

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/news/detail/west-somerset-railway-has-decided-it-has-to-postpone-the-first-running-services-of-the-season

There is no guarantee that the services listed above will run, at the time of posting these are believed to be correct.

Horden station enters service

A new multi-million-pound station in County Durham has opened to passengers.

The first scheduled train stopped at the new Horden station on Monday, 29 June, marking the entry into service of the £10.55 million development near Peterlee.

Located on South East View, the station links the east of the county into the local, regional and national rail network and will support the wider regeneration of the area.

The development is a joint project between us, Network Rail, Northern and Story Contracting and is being funded by the council, with an additional £4.4 million from the Department of Transport’s New Stations Fund and a grant from the North East Local Enterprise Partnership.

Major economic boost

Rail industry projections suggest the station will see more than 70,000 passengers each year, once social distancing measures are lifted.

Cllr Simon Henig, Leader of the council, said: “It has been a long-held ambition to have a station at Horden so, after a number of years of hard work and commitment by ourselves and our partners, it’s fantastic that we have now welcomed the first train and the first passengers.

“This new facility will open up significant opportunities for communities across east Durham, by providing a direct transport link to Teesside, Wearside and Tyneside. And, of course, it will also make it easier for people from outside the area to travel to the east of the county, whether for business or pleasure.

“It is going to provide a major economic boost to the county and I’m sure residents and businesses will be keen to take advantage.”

Minsterial support

Transport Secretary and Northern Powerhouse Minister Grant Shapps, who visited the site at the beginning of the year, said: “Our ambitious plans to restore and revitalise the railways of the North East sits at the heart of our commitment to level up infrastructure across the country, build a railway that works for everyone, and kickstart our economy as we begin the recovery from Covid-19.

“I’ve seen first-hand how the new Horden Station will improve connectivity for thousands of people, easing congestion in Durham and enabling quick, convenient travel between Newcastle and Middlesbrough.”

Simon Clarke MP, Minister for Regional Growth and Local Government said: “We want to improve connectivity across the North East in all its forms as part of our mission to level up every part of our country.

“The opening of Horden station is an important step for the local community – bringing new opportunities for people and businesses across County Durham. It’s a great example of how our multi-billion-pound Local Growth Fund is ensuring that essential, local projects get the backing they need.”

Opening event postponed

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the official opening event for the station has been postponed and will take place when it is safe for it to do so.

Passengers using Horden Station are reminded of government guidance to consider all other forms of transport before using public transport. They are also reminded that everyone using public transport in England must wear a face covering unless they are exempt.

Anyone without a legitimate reason to visit the station may be refused access in order to ensure the safety of staff and passengers.

Helen Golightly, Chief Executive of the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (North East LEP), said: “Improved travel connections open up both leisure, employment and business opportunities which is why we were keen to support the development of Horden Rail Station by investing £3.34m of Local Growth Fund funding.

“We look forward to passengers and local communities and economies reaping the benefits this new station will bring.”

Improved connections

Kieran Dunkin, Principal Programme Sponsor for Network Rail, said: “We’re absolutely delighted that Horden station is now open for passengers.

“The station is vital to help support the communities and economies which our railway serves and will provide improved connections across the region, opening up both leisure and employment opportunities.

“This has been a great example of partnership working and we look forward to passengers reaping the benefits of this much needed project.”

Tony Baxter, Regional Director at Northern, said: “It’s fantastic to see a new station in County Durham and a real honour to be the first custodians of the facility.

“Our regular services between Tyneside and Teesside will provide people in and around Horden with new commuting and leisure possibilities and will provide the opportunity for further economic growth.

“Northern is extremely proud to have worked in partnership to deliver this station and we look forward to welcoming new customers onto our network with Horden now a gateway not only to the rest of the north east, but the whole of the north of England.”

Work continued despite pandemic

Work on the station began in January and, thanks to changes to working practices in the light of Government guidance on coronavirus, has continued during the lockdown period.

Enhanced health and safety measures and the use of Personal Protective Equipment has enabled construction teams to carry on working during the pandemic, while strict adherence to social distancing guidelines has helped protect the health of both construction workers and members of the public.

Jason Butterworth, CEO of Story Contracting, said: “Despite the challenges faced during Covid-19 towards the final months of the project, the Horden team were able to adapt and quickly implement numerous additional health and safety measures to continue the work safely. The new station looks fantastic and comes as a result of working in partnership with all involved to provide improved connections where there were no immediate rail links before.”

Thameslink staff embrace the outdoors in support of local charity

Letting nothing stand in their way, determined staff from across the Thameslink network joined forces to run, walk, jog and cycle throughout the month of June to raise money for Autism Bedfordshire.

Hailed ‘Challenge 50,’ each fundraiser had to complete 50 kilometres of their chosen form of exercise. With usual community events on hold due to the pandemic, Bernie Lee – station manager for Bedford, Flitwick and Harlington – thought it was more important than ever to raise awareness and vital funds for the charity and is thrilled that the team have beaten their £1,000 target.

She comments: “I’m a huge supporter of Autism Bedfordshire and I wanted to help them at a time when their services will be relied upon more than ever. I spread the word to colleagues and friends as well as posting on community Facebook groups to get as many people involved as I could. It was great fun and good exercise for us all and I’m really proud of the amount we’ve managed to raise.”

Adult Services Manager at Autism Bedfordshire, Sharna Raine, said: “This is a hugely difficult time for autistic people and their families and carers. Normal routine has gone out the window and that can cause real issues for those with special needs. We’ve really felt the impact of the pandemic, so we are hugely grateful to Bernie and her team for getting out there and raising awareness of Autism Bedfordshire on our behalf. I can’t thank everyone involved enough for their time and dedication.”

Earlier this year, the operator announced that Autism Bedfordshire had become an official station partner of Luton Airport Parkway. Community Engagement Officer for Govia Thameslink Railway, Andrew Chillingsworth, added: “This is part of an ongoing relationship between ourselves and the charity and we’re pleased that we can continue to offer support in these difficult times.”

Autism Bedfordshire’s services help break down the barriers to social participation for autistic people and their families by providing places where they can go and feel comfortable, accepted, and not judged by society. The fundraising team for ‘Challenge 50’ have met their £1,000 target but there is still time to donate to the cause by visiting: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/ThameslinkandAutismbeds

Major upgrade of Peckham Rye station moves closer

Improvements for passengers who use Peckham Rye station have moved a step closer this week with Network Rail receiving £1m from the Department for Transport to develop designs for a more accessible station with more capacity and better facilities for passengers.

Currently, Peckham Rye is the busiest interchange station in the entire country without step free access to platforms or accessible facilities for passengers.

Network Rail proposals aim to provide new lifts at the station, making all platforms accessible for parents with buggies, people with shopping and those with mobility issues. Accessible toilets are also part of the scope.

To allow for future growth in passengers, access to each of the platforms will be improved and the amount of space on each platform increased.

The project will consider how the station integrates with the surrounding public realm, particularly the new Station Square, providing better access into the station and a much larger gateline to ease passenger flow.

Andrew Wood, Lead Development Manager, Network Rail, said: “Peckham Rye station is the busiest interchange station in the country without lifts, making it difficult for some passengers to use the station. Passenger numbers today have outgrown the original design, platforms and passageways being too narrow, leading to overcrowding at peaks times.

“We want to make the station accessible to all passengers, improve the overall journey experience, make the station safer and provide capacity for long-term growth.

“We are committed to working closely with train operators, rail passengers, Southwark Council, the Arch Company and the local community to take these proposals forward. Over the next 15 months we will be holding online workshops to involve interested parties in crafting the designs.”

Paul Best, Govia Thameslink Railway’s Senior Project Manager, said: “Having worked with Network Rail and the local community for over a year since Peckham Rye was designated a priority station for capacity, accessibility and safety improvements, we are delighted that the funding to design a development scheme has been signed off.

“The transformation envisaged will make this important station fit for 21st century travel, with huge benefits for everyone who uses it, and especially our passengers with mobility difficulties.”

Southeastern’s Passenger Services Director David Wornham said: “We’re always wanting to do more for our passengers and work with Network Rail to improve the facilities at our stations and make them as accessible as possible. Peckham Rye will become much easier to use for all of our passengers as a result of this work.”

Cllr Johnson Situ, Cabinet Member for Growth, Development and Planning, said: “As work begins on the Peckham Station Square, it is good to know that this will be complemented by these much-needed improvements to the station. Together the works will create a welcoming new gateway to the town, which is already becoming a popular destination for people looking for its fantastic cultural and social offers.”

Cllr Richard Livingstone, Cabinet Member for Environment, Transport and the Climate Emergency, said: “This is great news for Peckham. These improvements have been desperately needed for many years and so it is good to hear Network Rail is now committing funding to this busy station, especially as we continue to look at more sustainable transport to improve air quality across the borough.”

GB Railfreight announce deal with DB Cargo for Class 60 maintenance

GB Railfreight (GBRf) has announced a new three-year deal with fellow rail freight company DB Cargo UK to undertake the maintenance of ten Class 60 locomotives as well as providing technical in-field support.

The agreement will see GBRf’s engineering team work closely with DB Cargo UK to drive locomotive performance and provide professional engineering support.

The focus of the contract will be undertaking regular maintenance in line with contracted KPIs whilst driving reliability improvements.

The Class 60 locomotives which have entered service will allow heavier and longer trains to run. This brings environmental benefits as longer trains are more efficient.  The main duties of the locomotives will be hauling biomass to power stations.

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This announcement demonstrates a willingness of the rail freight sector to continue investing and working together through this difficult time in light of the COVID-19 crisis.

John Smith, Managing Director of GB Railfreight, said:

“I am thrilled to be unveiling this new partnership with DB Cargo UK. At this time of economic uncertainty, it is important for the rail freight sector to work together to deliver investment to support its growth.

Most importantly, the economic recovery needs to be green and sustainable and by maintaining these locos we will ensure fewer carbon emissions in the long run. I am pleased that rail freight is playing its part in the economic recovery driven by environmentally sustainable investment.”

Hans-Georg Werner, CEO at DB Cargo UK, said:

“We are delighted to be working in partnership with our colleagues at GB Railfreight providing high quality maintenance services for their Class 60 locomotives. At DB Cargo UK we pride ourselves on the quality of our engineering, with our key focus being on cost-effective locomotive availability and reliability.”

Level crossing cameras installed to catch motorists who endanger lives on the railway

Level crossing cameras installed to catch motorists who endanger lives on the railway

Region & Route: Anglia

Network Rail, on behalf of Greater Anglia, has started work to install red light safety enforcement (RLSE) cameras at 13 level crossings across Anglia.

Like speed cameras, RLSE cameras can identify vehicles that fail to stop at level crossings when the road traffic lights are flashing red and capture this evidence to support legal action.

Offenders are automatically notified of their offence and depending on the severity of the offence different levels of enforcement are applied. This could be a driver’s awareness course, £100 fine and 3 points on their licence, or a prosecution case may be pursued.

Motorists are once again being reminded that jumping the lights at level crossings can have catastrophic consequences and they not only risk their own lives, but also those of train drivers and their passengers.

The cameras will be installed at the following level crossings across the region:

NorfolkBurston – Station Road, IP22 5UB
Moulton – High Green, NR15 2JA
Mellis – Mellis Road, IP23 8DW
Swainsthorpe – Church Road, NR14 8PW
Tivetshall – Station Road (B1134), NR15 2EB
SuffolkHaughley – Station Road, IP14 3QP
Stowmarket – Stowupland Road, IP14 5AS
Palgrave – Crossing Road, IP22 1AU
Bentley – Station Road, IP9 2DB
Baylham – Mill Lane, IP6 8JW
EssexManningtree (Tendring) – The Causeway (A137), CO11 2LH
Church St (Braintree) – Church Street, CO5 9AL
CambridgeDuxford – Hinxton Road, CB10 1RB

Daniel Fisk, Network Rail Public and Passenger Health and Safety Manager for the Anglia route, said: “Level crossings pose a very real safety risk. These cameras are a proven, cost-effective way to improve safety and encourage motorists not to take unnecessary risks when crossing the railway.

“Knowing that jumping the lights or swerving the barriers at a level crossing will almost certainly result in a prosecution is enough to make most drivers think twice.

“This isn’t about money. For us, the perfect scenario is to have everyone cross the railway safely with no penalties issued.”

Matt Wakefield, Head of safety, security and sustainability at Greater Anglia, said: “The work being undertaken will be of benefit to everyone as it will increase the levels of safety around our network.”

As an extra deterrent, signs will be installed to warn motorists they could be caught on camera.

The cameras are part of a wider investment to improve level crossing safety across the increasingly busy rail network.

This work is being funded by Greater Anglia to allow more services to potentially run in future.

Work on £1.5 billion investment into Midland Main Line continues – Passengers urged to check before travelling

Network Rail is continuing with work on a £1.5billion upgrade of the Midland Main Line which will improve journeys for all those using the route. 

On 4/5 and 11/12 July, work will take place to commission and test two new substations on the route between Bedford and Ampthill. This work is a vital part of the Midland Main Line Upgrade and will help to improve resilience on the railway, as well as provide the power needed to allow more trains to run in the future.  

Work will also take place to improve the track on the route, as well as to install further overhead line equipment. Overhead line equipment carries 25,000 volts of electricity, enough to seriously injure or kill anyone coming into contact with it. Network Rail has launched a hard-hitting safety campaign, Always On, which warns people of the dangers of trespassing on the tracks, particularly where the railway is electrified. You can find out more here: https://www.networkrail.co.uk/communities/safety-in-the-community/railway-safety-campaigns/always-on/ 

To allow the work over these weekends to take place safely, some lines on the Midland Main Line will be closed. Network Rail, East Midlands Railway and Govia Thameslink Railway are urging passengers to check before travelling whilst this work takes place.

  • Saturday, 4 July – No trains will be able to call at Market Harborough or Leicester after 22:00. A bus replacement service will run between Kettering, Market Harborough and Leicester and between Leicester and Loughborough 
  • Sunday, 5 July – No trains will be able to call at Market Harborough or Leicester. A bus replacement service will run between Kettering, Market Harborough and Leicester and between Leicester and Loughborough 
  • Saturday, 11 July – Trains to/from Sheffield and Nottingham will start/terminate at Market Harborough. Rail replacement buses will run between Market Harborough and Luton, and trains operated by Thameslink will run between Luton and St Pancras.
  • Sunday, 12 July – Trains to/from Sheffield and Nottingham will start/terminate at Corby, and will not call at Leicester or Market Harborough. Rail replacement buses will run between Loughborough and Luton and between Corby and Luton. Trains operated by Thameslink will run between Luton and St Pancras.

Passengers are urged to continue to avoid public transport where possible. Those who do need to travel are advised to check their journey ahead of time via National Rail Enquiries or eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk or thameslinkrailway.com. Those who are using public transport should wear face coverings to protect themselves and others, however, some passengers are exempt, including young children, people with disabilities, both visible and hidden, and those with breathing difficulties.  

Gavin Crook, Principal Programme Sponsor for Network Rail, said: “This work is a key part of the Midland Main Line Upgrade, which will bring significant benefits for passengers when complete. 

“Over these weekends, we’ll be installing further overhead line equipment, as well as commissioning two new substations, which will help provide more power for the railway. 

“We urge people to continue to follow Government guidance, which is to avoid public transport if possible. However, if you must travel, please check before travelling and allow additional time for your journey.” 

Lisa Angus, Transition and Projects Director for East Midlands Railway, said “We are advising any passengers who may need to travel on the Midland Main Line over the first two weekends of July to check our website as there are a number of significant changes to our services that may affect your journey.  

“As always, we thank our passengers for their patience whilst this crucial work is taking place. When the work is complete, it will improve journeys for passengers in the future”.  

Thameslink Customer Services Director Jenny Saunders, said Thameslink passengers would not be affected on the first weekend of work, but added: “From 11pm on Saturday, 11 July, we will have a reduced service between London Blackfriars and Bedford, and from midnight until 8:15am on Sunday, 12 July, there will be buses instead of trains between Luton and Bedford.

“During the pandemic, people should already be asking themselves, ‘Is my journey really necessary?’ If it is, then please check your journey online and allow plenty of extra time because of this essential work.”

On The Cameras Today – 01/07/20

Wednesday 1st July – MAINLINE CAMERAS

ALTRINCHAM CAMERA

BARKING CAMERAS

00:36 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Coldham Lane Junction

02:15 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Coldham Lane Junction

BEATTOCK CAMERA

02:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

02:51 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

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BOLTON LE SANDS CAMERA (freightmaster.net)

01:18 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:07 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

BUSHBURY JUNCTION CAMERA

CAMDEN JUNCTION CAMERAS

 – CAMERA 1 (Euston/WCML)

07:43 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

08:58 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper ECS move – 5M16 London Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

10:38 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z43 Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to London Euston

or

10:38 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z43 Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight to London Euston

19:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper ECS move – 5S95 Wembley Inter City Depot to London Euston

21:20 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 2 (Primrose Hill/Freight)

20:19 – DC Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Cambridge to Wembley European Freight Operations Centre

CHESTERFIELD CAMERAS (Hasland/Chesterfield Sth Jn)

10:22 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0R57 Leicester Loco Inspection Point to Chesterfield

10:32 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0R59 Chesterfield to Leicester Loco Inspection Point

11:15 – Cross Country HST ECS move – 5Z43 Laira Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot to Doncaster

13:38 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0H73 Wellingborough Up Sidings Gb Railfreight to Tunstead Sdgs Gbrf

20:03 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0F73 Tunstead Sdgs Gbrf to Wellingborough Up Sidings Gb Railfreight

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CRAMLINGTON CAMERA

00:48 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Millerhill Shunt & Marshalling to Doncaster Up Decoy Yard

CREWE CAMERAS (crewehc.org)

 – CAMERA 1

 – CAMERA 2

05:33 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

23:50 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

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05:33 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

23:50 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

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05:31 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

18:43 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M88 Crewe Basford Hall Ssn to Ditton O’connor Sidings Freightliner

23:51 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

DAGENHAM (BECONTREE) CAMERA

DAWLISH BEACH CAMERAS (dawlishbeach.com)

 – DAWLISH CAMERAS

12:34 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera ECS move – 5Z50 Penzance Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot to Reading Traincare Depot

 – DAWLISH WARREN CAMERA

12:36 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera ECS move – 5Z50 Penzance Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot to Reading Traincare Depot

DONCASTER CAMERA (www.socotec.co.uk)

03:43 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Millerhill Shunt & Marshalling to Doncaster Up Decoy Yard

06:40 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q86 Skipton Station North Junction to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

20:44 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q66 Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings to Goole Up Goods Loop

DOVEY JUNCTION/DYFI OSPREY PROJECT CAMERA (https://www.dyfiospreyproject.com)

FARINGTON JUNCTION CAMERA

00:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

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LEYLAND CAMERA

00:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

NEWBURY CAMERA (icn-ltd.com)

14:38 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera ECS move – 5Z50 Penzance Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot to Reading Traincare Depot

PETERBOROUGH CAMERAS (railworld.org.uk)

 – CAMERA 1

08:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z72 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Cambridge Recp 1-3

08:20 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L66 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Lowestoft

16:46 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L69 Lowestoft Reception to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

17:48 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L83 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to March Up Yard Gb

20:03 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z77 Stansted Airport to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

 – CAMERA 2, 3 & 4

08:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z72 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Cambridge Recp 1-3

08:20 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L66 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Lowestoft

16:46 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L69 Lowestoft Reception to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

17:48 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L83 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to March Up Yard Gb

20:03 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z77 Stansted Airport to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

PORTSMOUTH CAMERA 

PRESTON CAMERA

01:03 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:29 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

SANQUHAR CAMERA (sanquharstation.co.uk)

SETTLE to CARLISLE LINE CAMERAS (foscl.org.uk)

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07:45 – Locomotive Services Ltd diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z40 Appleby North East Sidings to Skipton

11:46 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

12:46 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

15:00 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

16:25 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

 – KIRKBY STEPHEN CAMERA

07:14 – Locomotive Services Ltd diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z40 Appleby North East Sidings to Skipton

11:19 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

13:20 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

14:33 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

16:52 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

 – RIBBLEHEAD CAMERAS

07:41 – Locomotive Services Ltd diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z40 Appleby North East Sidings to Skipton

11:41 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

12:55 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

14:55 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

16:30 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

SHREWSBURY ABBEY FOREGATE CAMERA (beachifa.co.uk)

SLOUGH CAMERAS

ST BEES CAMERA

THANKERTON CAMERA

02:05 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

03:17 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

TODMORDEN CAMERA

UPHALL CAMERA

WALTON-ON-THE-NAZE CAMERA

WATFORD CAMERA

00:32 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Old Oak Depot to Leicester Loco Inspection Point

07:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z32 Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight to Bletchley

07:30 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

16:04 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z41 Bletchley to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

21:35 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

YORK CAMERAS

 – NORTH (SKELTON JN) CAMERAS

02:53 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Millerhill Shunt & Marshalling to Doncaster Up Decoy Yard

07:47 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z71 Knottingley Locomotive Inspection Point/traction Maintenance Depot to Tees New Yard

 – ROC CAMERA 1 (Station) (networkrail.co.uk)s

07:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z71 Knottingley Locomotive Inspection Point/traction Maintenance Depot to Tees New Yard

 – ROC CAMERA 2 (Avoider) (networkrail.co.uk)

02:56 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Millerhill Shunt & Marshalling to Doncaster Up Decoy Yard

There is no guarantee that the services listed above will run, at the time of posting these are believed to be correct.

Wednesday 1st July – HERITAGE RAILWAY CAMERAS

LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY

(llangollen-railway.co.uk (stationholiday.co.uk)) 

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://llangollenrailway.charitycheckout.co.uk/cf/covid-19-appeal

NENE VALLEY RAILWAY

(nvr.org.uk)  

Closed until 25th July due to COVID-19 crisis. – https://nvr.org.uk/?jssCart=ef682ad6abaa542928c6b573380a41a5 

ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY

(rhdr.org.uk)

Home of the Railcam Rambler

Closed until 4th July due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.rhdr.org.uk/special-events/temporary-closure-update/

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 

(southdevonrailway.co.uk)

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/2020/03/17/all-sdr-train-services-temporarily-suspended/

SPA VALLEY RAILWAY 

(spavalleyrailway.co.uk)

Closed until mid-August due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.spavalleyrailway.co.uk/article.php/87/spa-valley-railway-railway-closed-due-to-covid-19-pandemic

SWANAGE RAILWAY

(swanagerailway.co.uk)

Closed until mid-July due to COVID-19 crisis – https://swanagerailway.co.uk/news/detail/coronavirus-update

TALYLLYN RAILWAY

(talyllyn.co.uk

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/covid-19-update

WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY

(west-somerset-railway.co.uk

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/news/detail/west-somerset-railway-has-decided-it-has-to-postpone-the-first-running-services-of-the-season

There is no guarantee that the services listed above will run, at the time of posting these are believed to be correct.

On The Cameras Tomorrow – 02/07/20

Thursday 2nd July – MAINLINE CAMERAS

ALTRINCHAM CAMERA

BARKING CAMERAS

00:36 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Coldham Lane Junction

02:15 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Coldham Lane Junction

BEATTOCK CAMERA

02:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

03:00 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

BEDFORD CAMERA

15:09 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q23 Ferme Park Reception Line Gb Railfreight to Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane

BOLTON LE SANDS CAMERA (freightmaster.net)

01:18 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:07 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

BUSHBURY JUNCTION CAMERA

CAMDEN JUNCTION CAMERAS

 – CAMERA 1 (Euston/WCML)

07:43 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

08:58 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper ECS move – 5M16 London Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

10:38 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z43 Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to London Euston

11:05 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z44 London Euston to London Euston

13:00 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z44 London Euston to London Euston

13:36 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z45 London Euston to London Euston

16:00 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z45 London Euston to London Euston

16:37 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z46 London Euston to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

19:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper ECS move – 5S95 Wembley Inter City Depot to London Euston

21:20 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 2 (Primrose Hill/Freight)

CHESTERFIELD CAMERAS (Hasland/Chesterfield Sth Jn)

09:22 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Doncaster West Yard to Derby Rtc Serco

10:22 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0R57 Leicester Loco Inspection Point to Chesterfield

10:32 – Rail Operations Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0R59 Chesterfield to Leicester Loco Inspection Point

CLITHEROE CAMERA

CRAMLINGTON CAMERA

CREWE CAMERAS (crewehc.org)

 – CAMERA 1

 – CAMERA 2

05:33 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

23:50 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 3

05:33 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

23:50 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 4

05:31 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

18:43 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M88 Crewe Basford Hall Ssn to Ditton O’connor Sidings Freightliner

23:51 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

DAGENHAM (BECONTREE) CAMERA

DAWLISH BEACH CAMERAS (dawlishbeach.com)

 – DAWLISH CAMERAS

 – DAWLISH WARREN CAMERA

DONCASTER CAMERA (www.socotec.co.uk)

02:53 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Doncaster West Yard to Derby Rtc Serco

08:30 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q67 Goole Up Goods Loop to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

DOVEY JUNCTION/DYFI OSPREY PROJECT CAMERA (https://www.dyfiospreyproject.com)

FARINGTON JUNCTION CAMERA

00:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

FLITWICK CAMERA   

14:57 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q23 Ferme Park Reception Line Gb Railfreight to Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane

GRATELEY CAMERA (facebook.com/grateleytrains/)

06:42 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx Reading to Salisbury

17:16 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx  Salisbury to Reading Triangle Sidings

LEYLAND CAMERA

00:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

NEWBURY CAMERA (icn-ltd.com)

14:38 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera ECS move – 5Z50 Penzance Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot to Reading Traincare Depot

PETERBOROUGH CAMERAS (railworld.org.uk)

 – CAMERA 1

08:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z72 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Cambridge Recp 1-3

08:20 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L66 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Lowestoft

16:46 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L69 Lowestoft Reception to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

20:03 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z77 Stansted Airport to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

 – CAMERA 2, 3 & 4

08:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z72 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Cambridge Recp 1-3

08:20 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L66 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Lowestoft

16:46 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L69 Lowestoft Reception to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

20:03 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z77 Stansted Airport to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

PORTSMOUTH CAMERA 

PRESTON CAMERA

01:03 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

04:29 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

SANQUHAR CAMERA (sanquharstation.co.uk)

SETTLE to CARLISLE LINE CAMERAS (foscl.org.uk)

 – HORTON-IN-RIBBLESDALE CAMERA 

07:45 – Locomotive Services Ltd diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z40 Appleby North East Sidings to Skipton

11:46 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

12:50 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

15:41 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

16:40 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

 – KIRKBY STEPHEN CAMERA

07:14 – Locomotive Services Ltd diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z40 Appleby North East Sidings to Skipton

11:19 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

13:17 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

15:14 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

16:52 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

 – RIBBLEHEAD CAMERAS

07:41 – Locomotive Services Ltd diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z40 Appleby North East Sidings to Skipton

11:41 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

12:55 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z20 Carlisle High Wapping Sidings to Appleby North East Sidings

15:35 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

16:18 – Locomotive Services Ltd light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z21 Appleby North East Sidings to Carlisle High Wapping Sidings

SHREWSBURY ABBEY FOREGATE CAMERA (beachifa.co.uk)

SLOUGH CAMERAS

04:01 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q16 Banbury to Derby Rtc Serco

05:01 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q16 Banbury to Derby Rtc Serco

20:50 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera ECS move – 5C50 Reading Traincare Depot to Paddington

ST BEES CAMERA

THANKERTON CAMERA

02:05 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

03:22 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

TODMORDEN CAMERA

UPHALL CAMERA

WALTON-ON-THE-NAZE CAMERA

WATFORD CAMERA

07:13 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z32 Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight to Bletchley

07:30 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to London Euston

16:04 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z41 Bletchley to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

21:35 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland Sleeper – 1S25 London Euston to Inverness

YORK CAMERAS

 – NORTH (SKELTON JN) CAMERAS

07:47 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z71 Knottingley Locomotive Inspection Point/traction Maintenance Depot to Tees New Yard

 – ROC CAMERA 1 (Station) (networkrail.co.uk)s

07:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z71 Knottingley Locomotive Inspection Point/traction Maintenance Depot to Tees New Yard

 – ROC CAMERA 2 (Avoider) (networkrail.co.uk)

There is no guarantee that the services listed above will run, at the time of posting these are believed to be correct.

Thursday 2nd July – HERITAGE RAILWAY CAMERAS

LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY

(llangollen-railway.co.uk (stationholiday.co.uk)) 

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://llangollenrailway.charitycheckout.co.uk/cf/covid-19-appeal

NENE VALLEY RAILWAY

(nvr.org.uk)  

Closed until 25th July due to COVID-19 crisis. – https://nvr.org.uk/?jssCart=ef682ad6abaa542928c6b573380a41a5 

ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY

(rhdr.org.uk)

Home of the Railcam Rambler

Closed until 4th July due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.rhdr.org.uk/special-events/temporary-closure-update/

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 

(southdevonrailway.co.uk)

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/2020/03/17/all-sdr-train-services-temporarily-suspended/

SPA VALLEY RAILWAY 

(spavalleyrailway.co.uk)

Closed until mid-August due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.spavalleyrailway.co.uk/article.php/87/spa-valley-railway-railway-closed-due-to-covid-19-pandemic

SWANAGE RAILWAY

(swanagerailway.co.uk)

Closed until mid-July due to COVID-19 crisis – https://swanagerailway.co.uk/news/detail/coronavirus-update

TALYLLYN RAILWAY

(talyllyn.co.uk

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/covid-19-update

WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY

(west-somerset-railway.co.uk

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis – https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/news/detail/west-somerset-railway-has-decided-it-has-to-postpone-the-first-running-services-of-the-season

There is no guarantee that the services listed above will run, at the time of posting these are believed to be correct.