#SpottingFromHome @railcamlive @CrossCountryUK

With the current COVID-19 crisis, the opportunity to get out and enjoy our hobby has been drastically cut, so with that in mind we are asking everyone to take advantage of our live cameras and do a bit of #SpottingFromHome.

Simply screen grab any interesting train movements you see on our cameras as you are watching, post them to Twitter and tag us, @railcamlive and we will give our favourites a like/retweet throughout the day.

All we ask is that you don’t crop the images. You can also tag the train operating companies involved if you like, and please do include the hashtag #SpottingFromHome

We have recently had a number of rail staff taking part whilst they are out keeping the railways running, so also look out for #SpottingFromWork. A huge thank you to all those #keyworkers and #FrontLineHeros across the rail industry.

You can find our cameras on our website at www.railcam.uk and our YouTube page at http://www.youtube.com/c/RailcamUKLive

If you are not a twitter user, we have a Facebook group, Railcam Gallery, which you can find at https://www.facebook.com/groups/163274401131139/

Remember to #StaySafeStayHome The trains will still be there when we get through these difficult times.

6 thoughts on “#SpottingFromHome”

  1. glad to now ther is a new site to get information but it will not replaces the station visits with seeing the real thing, yes if the spotting lads and lady keep in with the station stafe most places will inform any stafe it ther is any problems thank you norman nottingham

  2. To admins ive been looking at Facebook and Gamston bank keeps popping up would you put a new camera at this location feel free to reply back to me on this ? Wayne 71

    1. Hi Wayne, if there is a potential host there with a good clear view of the line and a willingness to host a camera, then we will always be happy to investigate the options. Cheers ^JR (CSK)

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