On The Cameras Today…..

Due to other commitments away from Railcam, there will be no notable moves posts for the next few days, please take full advantage of the Railcam Data pages and explore all the features that come with it.

Normal service will be resumed ASAP.

On The Cameras Today – Thursday 16th June 2022

MAINLINE CAMERAS

ALTRINCHAM CAMERA

APPERLEY BRIDGE CAMERA

12:48 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

15:40 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z46 Hellifield Goods Loops to York Parcels Sidings

BARKING CAMERAS

10:38 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M44 London Gateway Port Line 2 to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

or

10:38 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M44 Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

13:06 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0L44 Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner

19:45 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner

or

19:45 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to London Gateway Port Line 2

22:42 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Tilbury Lct (flt) to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

BEATTOCK CAMERA

01:07 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

02:35 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

02:52 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

03:59 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q81 Mossend Down Yard to Carlisle

05:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

18:01 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

BEDFORD CAMERA

BOLTON LE SANDS CAMERA (freightmaster.net)

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

02:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

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

04:10 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

BUSHBURY JUNCTION CAMERA

00:25 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Crewe Wagon Shop Centrac (later Crewe Gresty Bridge Drs) to Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Victa Westlink Rail

02:15 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:45 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Victa Westlink Rail to Crewe Wagon Shop Centrac (later Crewe Gresty Bridge Drs)

04:03 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) hauled ECS move – 5Z59 Crewe Holding Sidings to Kings Cross

04:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

09:06 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z20 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Manchester Victoria to Ascot

22:42 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z22 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Ascot to Manchester Piccadilly

CAMDEN JUNCTION CAMERAS

 – CAMERA 1 (Euston/WCML)

06:56 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

07:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0M16 Wembley Inter City Depot to Euston

07:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

08:28 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper ECS move – 3M16 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

09:40 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper ECS move – 3M11 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

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

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

21:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper ECS move – 5S96 Wembley Inter City Depot to Euston

21:41 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0A95 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

23:53 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

23:56 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0A96 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

 – CAMERA 2 (Primrose Hill/Freight)

07:27 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) hauled ECS move – 5Z59 Crewe Holding Sidings to Kings Cross

CHESTERFIELD CAMERAS (Hasland/Chesterfield Sth Jn)

22:05 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z57 Newport Docks (sims) Gbrf to Doncaster Roberts Road Shed Gb Railfreight

CLITHEROE CAMERA

09:29 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ + support coach – 5Z45 Crewe Holding Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops

CRAMLINGTON CAMERA

CREWE CAMERAS (crewehc.org)

 – CAMERA 1

09:29 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z54 Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Toton Traction Maintenance Depot

09:56 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q22 Penmaenmawr Signal Pr19 to Crewe Holding Sidings

12:53 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site

15:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z69 Toton Traction Maintenance Depot to Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot

18:03 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site

 – CAMERA 2

02:48 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:34 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q60 Crewe Holding Sidings to Tuebrook Sdgs Gbrf

04:11 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

05:33 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern Belle ECS move – 5Z19 Crewe Down Refuge Siding to Manchester Victoria

07:36 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ + support coach – 5Z45 Crewe Holding Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops 

08:06 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z20 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Manchester Victoria to Ascot 

18:03 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

18:23 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:12 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:26 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

23:33 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z22 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Ascot to Manchester Piccadilly 

23:49 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

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

 – CAMERA 3

Overview of Crewe Heritage Centre.

 – CAMERA 4

02:49 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:35 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q60 Crewe Holding Sidings to Tuebrook Sdgs Gbrf 

04:08 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

07:43 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ + support coach – 5Z45 Crewe Holding Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops 

08:04 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z20 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Manchester Victoria to Ascot 

18:24 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:12 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:27 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

23:47 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

23:52 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 5

02:48 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

02:49 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) hauled ECS move – 5Z59 Crewe Holding Sidings to Kings Cross 

03:34 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q60 Crewe Holding Sidings to Tuebrook Sdgs Gbrf 

04:11 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

05:33 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern Belle ECS move – 5Z19 Crewe Down Refuge Siding to Manchester Victoria 

07:36 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ + support coach – 5Z45 Crewe Holding Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops 

08:06 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z20 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Manchester Victoria to Ascot 

09:29 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z54 Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Toton Traction Maintenance Depot 

09:56 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q22 Penmaenmawr Signal Pr19 to Crewe Holding Sidings 

12:53 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

15:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z69 Toton Traction Maintenance Depot to Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot 

18:03 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

18:23 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:12 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:26 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

23:33 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z22 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Ascot to Manchester Piccadilly 

23:49 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

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

DAWLISH BEACH CAMERAS (dawlishbeach.com)

 – DAWLISH CAMERAS (Blenheim & San Remo)

00:45 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

00:49 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard

02:16 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard 

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

 – DAWLISH WARREN CAMERA

00:46 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

00:47 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard

02:25 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard 

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

DERBY CAMERAS (In partnership with Rail Operations Group)

21:35 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z57 Newport Docks (sims) Gbrf to Doncaster Roberts Road Shed Gb Railfreight

DONCASTER CAMERA

07:10 – GB Railfreight blight engine move (Diesel) – 0D15 Scunthorpe Trent Terminal Complex to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

10:58 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

11:50 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley 

12:07 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

12:33 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

12:41 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

14:38 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

14:45 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

21:57 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z69 Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

22:02 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z69 Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

EPPING CAMERA (www.eppingmuseum.com)

FARINGTON JUNCTION CAMERA

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

03:17 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:37 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

FLITWICK CAMERA

GRATELEY CAMERA (facebook.com/grateleytrains/)

HENSALL CAMERA (kjbmodels.co.uk)

KEIGHLEY CAMERA (kwvr.co.uk)

13:00 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

15:25 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z46 Hellifield Goods Loops to York Parcels Sidings

KIDDERMINSTER CAMERA (www.svr.co.uk)

09:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

11:36 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

14:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

16:52 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

NEWARK CAMERAS

11:05 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

NEWBURY CAMERA (icn-ltd.com)

PETERBOROUGH CAMERAS (railworld.org.uk)

 – CAMERA 1

09:43 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0O65 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

10:08 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

 – CAMERA 2, 3 & 4 

PORTSMOUTH CAMERA 

Camera Offline due to construction work.

PRESTON CAMERA

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

03:01 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:55 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

PRINCES RISBOROUGH CAMERA (chinnorrailway.co.uk)

RYDE ESPLANADE (royalesplanadehotel.co.uk)

SANQUHAR CAMERA (sanquharstation.co.uk)

08:52 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z66 Motherwell Tmd (drs) to Carlisle

12:34 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z67 Carlisle to Motherwell Tmd (drs)

SETTLE & CARLISLE LINE CAMERAS

 – GARSDALE CAMERA

15:04 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

 – HORTON-IN RIBBLESDALE CAMERA

14:39 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

RIBBLEHEAD VIADUCT CAMERA (In partnership with Settle & Carlisle Railway Properties Ltd/FoSCL & S&C Trust)

14:46 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

SHEFFIELD CAMERA (Electric Works Sheffield)

SHREWSBURY ABBEY FOREGATE CAMERA (beachifa.co.uk)

ST BEES CAMERA

17:54 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q82 Carlisle to Blackpool North

TEIGNMOUTH CAMERAS

00:42 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

00:52 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard

02:13 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard 

04:25 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1C50 Paddington to Penzance

THANKERTON CAMERA

00:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

02:13 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

03:16 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

03:23 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q81 Mossend Down Yard to Carlisle 

06:08 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

18:37 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

TODMORDEN CAMERA

TYWYN CAMERA (In partnership with Talyllyn Railway)

UPHALL CAMERA

WATFORD CAMERA

00:10 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

06:22 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) hauled ECS move – 5Z59 Crewe Holding Sidings to Kings Cross 

06:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

07:31 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

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

WIGAN NORTH WESTERN CAMERAS (swanandrailwayhotelwigan.co.uk)

00:30 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness 

03:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

04:47 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

YORK CAMERAS

 – NORTH (SKELTON JN) CAMERAS

10:21 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

14:57 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

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

15:02 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

16:41 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z46 Hellifield Goods Loops to York Parcels Sidings

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

10:18 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

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


HERITAGE RAILWAY CAMERAS

CHINNOR & PRINCES RISBOROUGH RAILWAY

(chinnorrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT PRINCES RISBOROUGH

FFESTINIOG & WELSH HIGHLAND RAILWAY

(festrail.co.uk)

Woodland Wanderer, Glaslyn Venturer, Gelert Explorer & Mountain Spirit – Information at https://www.festrail.co.uk/calendar/

CAMERAS AT PORTHMADOG HARBOUR STATION, MINFFORDD & TAN Y BWLCH

KEIGHLEY & WORTH VALLEY RAILWAY

(kwvr.co.uk)

Pink Timetable – Information at https://kwvr.co.uk/events/

CAMERAS AT HAWORTH, KEIGHLEY & OXENHOPE

LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY

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

Yellow Timetable – Information at https://llangollen-railway.co.uk/timetable/

CAMERA AT GLYNDYFRDWY

NENE VALLEY RAILWAY

(nvr.org.uk)   

CAMERAS AT ORTON MERE & WANSFORD (2)

NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS RAILWAY

(nymr.co.uk)

Bronze Timetable – Information at https://www.nymr.co.uk/Handlers/Download.ashx?IDMF=4b2cfad5-6625-4faf-a8ab-6998d0d9edad 

CAMERAS AT GOATHLAND & GROSMONT

ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY

(rhdr.org.uk)

Home of the Railcam Rambler 

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.rhdr.org.uk/timetables/ 

CAMERAS AT DUNGENESS, DYMCHURCH, HYTHE, NEW ROMNEY (Hythe end & New Romney Shed), NEW ROMNEY (Dungeness end) & ROMNEY SANDS

SEATON TRAMWAY

(www.tram.co.uk)

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.tram.co.uk/calendar 

CAMERA AT RIVERSIDE HALT/DEPOT

SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY

(www.svr.co.uk)

Timetable A (Blue) – Information at https://www.svr.co.uk/whats-on/timetables/

CAMERAS AT KIDDERMINSTER (2),BEWDLEY (2), HIGHLEY & BRIDGNORTH

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 

(southdevonrailway.co.uk)

Heritage Steam Train Experience – Information at https://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/visit-us/whats-on/#june 

CAMERA AT BUCKFASTLEIGH

SPA VALLEY RAILWAY 

(spavalleyrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT GROOMBRIDGE

SWANAGE RAILWAY

(swanagerailway.co.uk)

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.swanagerailway.co.uk/calendar 

Wine Tasting Evening on the Wessex Belle – Information at https://www.swanagerailway.co.uk/events/view/wine-tasting-evening-on-the-bistro

CAMERAS AT CORFE CASTLE & SWANAGE

TALYLLYN RAILWAY

(talyllyn.co.uk

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/timetable 

Talyllyn Pioneers Train – A Journey of Discovery – Information at https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/events/talyllyn-pioneers-train-a-journey-of-discovery-2022-06-16/

CAMERAS AT ABERGYNOLWYN, PENDRE WEST, PENDRE YARD*, TYWYN WHARF & TYWYN YARD* (*Showing the activity ‘behind the scenes’ in Pendre Yard & Tywyn Yard)

WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY

(west-somerset-railway.co.uk

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/timetables

CAMERAS AT BISHOPS LYDEARD, BLUE ANCHOR, CROWCOMBE HEATHFIELD, MINEHEAD (2) & WILLITON (2)

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

Rail strike news

Although most of these press releases will repeat information, I thought it best to include all and allow you to find those operators relevant to your area.

Railway prepares for network-wide RMT strike

The railway in Scotland is preparing for network-wide strike action by the RMT union on 21, 23 and 25 June which will severely limit the number of services operating for passengers and freight.

RMT members from Network Rail Scotland and cross-border train operators LNER, CrossCounty, Avanti West Coast and TransPennine Express will be taking part in the industrial action.

ScotRail and Caledonian Sleeper staff are not participating in the strike, but their services will also be disrupted.

The rail industry is working hard to put plans in place to run as many trains as possible for customers on strike days.

The strike will mean a very limited train service will be running as a reduction in available staff, including signallers, will mean many rail lines cannot operate.

The railway will only operate for part of the day on strike dates, with services running from around 07:30 to around 18:30.

Services on the days following strike action will also start later in the morning due to the knock-on impact of industrial action on shift patterns.

On strike days, services in Scotland will be running on some Central Belt and cross-border routes only, including:

  • West Coast Mainline
  • East Coast Mainline
  • Edinburgh – Glasgow via Falkirk High
  • Edinburgh – Bathgate
  • Glasgow – Hamilton/Larkhall
  • Glasgow – Lanark
  • Edinburgh – Glasgow via Shotts.

Passengers can find more information about their journey by visiting National Rail Enquiries or checking with their individual operator.

Avanti West Coast
CrossCountry Trains
LNER
Transpennine Express

ScotRail
Caledonian Sleeper
Lumo
West Coast Railways (The Jacobite).

If you’re unsure who your train operator is, or if you’d like to find out more general information, visit National Rail Enquiries for more details. 

Liam Sumpter, Network Rail Scotland route director, said: “We understand the disruption this strike will cause and apologise to passengers for the impact on their journeys.

“We are continuing talks with our trade unions to seek a compromise that would avoid this damaging strike action.

“Our industry has been deeply affected by the pandemic, with passenger numbers still at only 75% of pre-covid levels. We must modernise to put our railway on a sound financial footing for the future and reduce the burden on taxpayers.

“We are working hard to run as many trains as possible on strike days for our passengers and freight customers to keep as many people moving as we possibly can.”

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Rail ‘strike day’ timetables outlined as passengers urged to plan ahead and only travel by rail if necessary

  • Coordinated industry contingency plan will see very limited timetable available on strike days with around 20% of services running
  • Trains will start later and finish much earlier than usual, between 7.30am and 6.30pm
  • Passengers asked to plan ahead, check before they travel, to expect disruption and only travel if necessary

The finishing touches are being made to a special railway timetable that will be in operation across England, Scotland and Wales from Monday 20th to Sunday 26th June (inclusive). The special timetable, to be published on Friday, aims to offer the best service possible for passengers and freight users despite the unwarranted industrial action planned next week by the RMT union.

Thousands of specially trained and fully qualified back-up staff will step-in during the planned RMT walk-outs on 21st June, 23rd and 25th to keep vital services running, but as they are a fraction of the usual workforce, only a severely limited service will be available.

Andrew Haines, Network Rail chief executive, said: “Talks have not progressed as far as I had hoped and so we must prepare for a needless national rail strike and the damaging impact it will have. We, and our train operating colleagues, are gearing up to run the best service we can for passengers and freight users next week despite the actions of the RMT.” 

Only around half of Britain’s rail network will be open on strike days with a very limited service running on lines that will only be open from around 7.30am until 6.30pm.

Passengers who must travel are urged to plan ahead to ensure that they can complete their journeys within this window, with last services from London to Scotland, for example, leaving in the early afternoon.

Steve Montgomery, Chair of the Rail Delivery Group, said: “These strikes will affect the millions of people who use the train each day, including key workers, students with exams, those who cannot work from home, holidaymakers and those attending important business and leisure events.

“Working with Network Rail, our plan is to keep as many services running as possible, but significant disruption will be inevitable and some parts of the network will not have a service, so passengers should plan their journeys carefully and check their train times.

“Taxpayers have provided the equivalent of about £600 per household since covid and passenger numbers are still only at around 75% of pre pandemic levels. We need to bring rail up to date so that we attract more people back and take no more than our fair share from the public purse.

“We ask the RMT’s leadership to call off these damaging strikes and continue talks to reach a deal that is fair to staff and taxpayers, and which secures a bright, long-term future of our railways.”

On the days that follow the strikes (22nd, 24th and 26th June) the whole network will reopen but passengers should also expect disruption on these days as the strike days chosen have been designed to inflict as much disruption as possible, with not enough time between the strike days to fully recover to a normal service.

Further information for passengers is available on the National Rail website.

The special timetable will also ensure key freight services can continue to move around the country, minimising disruption for consumers and businesses and allowing vital goods to continue to be shipped where needed.

Avanti West Coast strongly advises customers to only travel if absolutely necessary on strike days

Avanti West Coast confirms issues travel advice ahead of national rail strikes. 

  • Avanti West Coast publishes amended timetable for national rail strike days
  • Customers who have to travel asked to expect disruption and plan ahead
  • Significantly reduced service means trains expected to be very busy, with shorter hours of operation, and less frequent services

Avanti West Coast is strongly advising customers to only travel if absolutely necessary on upcoming strike days as it prepares to operate a significantly reduced timetable.

The amended timetables for the first two strike days are being published today on Avanti West Coast’s website: https://www.avantiwestcoast.co.uk/travel-information/plan-your-journey/strike. Further timetables will be published on that page in due course.

On strike days the intercity operator is running approximately 25% of its typical weekday timetable on Tuesday 21 and Thursday 23 June, and around a third of its typical Saturday timetable on 25 June, as part of the industry’s response to coordinated industrial action by the RMT union across train operators and Network Rail on those dates.

With fewer services running, trains are expected to be very busy, and customers are being strongly advised to only travel if absolutely necessary on a strike day. Customers are being advised to expect severe disruption and plan ahead if they do travel. The day after industrial action is also likely to be affected.

As part of its contingency plans, Avanti West Coast expects to run one train per hour from Euston to each of Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Preston with a limited service to Glasgow.

These trains will operate during limited hours* – with the first train of the day departing Euston just before 8am and the last train of the day from Euston departing mid-afternoon.  

The significantly reduced timetable will mean North Wales, Shrewsbury, Blackpool and Edinburgh have no Avanti West Coast services on strike days (21, 23 and 25 June).

Customers who need to travel on strike days are advised to plan ahead, make a reservation when they are available and check the Avanti West Coast website and those of other train operators, before travelling.

Customers with tickets for travel from Tuesday 21 June to Sunday 26 June, can use those tickets anytime between now and Monday 27 June. Alternatively, a full refund can be claimed with no admin fees if you have tickets for Tuesday 21 June to Sunday 26 June.

Managing Director of Avanti West Coast, Phil Whittingham, said: “We are disappointed with the decision to go on strike, which we believe is premature and will cause untold misery for customers. We would urge the RMT not to press ahead with industrial action and to work with us on securing the long-term future for the rail service.

“We’ll be running an amended timetable on strike days with fully-trained staff onboard and at stations across our network for our customers, but we’ll be operating a significantly reduced service. As a result, our trains may be very busy and destinations will be served less frequently, if at all. We’re strongly advising customers to only travel where absolutely necessary on our route on strike days and instead make their journeys on alternative days or claim a full refund.

“We understand some people will have no choice but to travel and they should check our website for the latest updates before travelling. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our customers in advance for their patience.”

Due to the different signalling system in use on some parts of the West Coast Main Line, which is more resource-intensive to operate, the intercity operator is unable to stop trains at Stoke-on-Trent, Macclesfield, Stockport, as well as Runcorn, on strike days and these stations will not be open.

Phil James, Network Rail’s North West route director, said: “We’re working hard with all train operators including Avanti West Coast to run the best service we can for passengers and freight users next week despite the actions of the RMT. If the damaging strikes go ahead as planned a special timetable will be in place.

“Thousands of trained and fully qualified back-up staff will step in during the planned RMT walk-outs. With a fraction of the usual workforce available, including signallers who safely move trains around the network, there will be a severely limited service, and many routes won’t be served at all. We’re asking passengers to plan ahead, follow the advice of their train operator and only consider travelling next week if it’s really necessary to do so.”

Avanti West Coast will also not serve Wilmslow due to operational reasons.

National Rail strike: Only travel if your journey is essential on Gatwick Express, Great Northern, Southern and Thameslink between 21 and 26 June

  • RMT members of Network Rail and other train operators are striking 21, 23 and 25 June
  • Very few trains every day throughout 21-26 June inclusive – crowding expected
  • No service at all on many lines on strike days, with late starts and early finishes throughout
  • Those who attempt to travel should check first and last trains for their specific station

Passengers should only travel if absolutely necessary on Gatwick Express, Southern, Great Northern and Thameslink during next week’s strike by RMT members of Network Rail and other train operators.

Operator Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) warns there will be very few trains every day from the start of the industrial action, on 21 June, until Sunday 26 June inclusive with crowding expected, particularly on last trains and possible delays.

There will be no service at all on many lines on strike days (21, 23 and 25 June) (see map) and there will be late starts and early finishes – as early as late afternoon – throughout the period. See notes to editors for more details.

GTR has been in touch with schools, colleges and hospitals to notify them of the impact of the RMT strike action.

Although RMT members at GTR voted only for action short of a strike, the operator depends on Network Rail signallers and engineers to keep its trains moving, and its services connect with many lines and stations managed by other operators whose staff are taking action.

Angie Doll, Chief Operating Officer, Govia Thameslink Railway, said: 

“We’re sorry to say that people should only travel by rail between 21 and 26 June if absolutely necessary due to strike action by RMT members at Network Rail and other train companies. Unfortunately, there will be very few train services and some routes will be closed altogether on strike days.

“Services will start much later than normal and finish early. All this may lead to very busy trains and possible delays. Passengers should plan ahead and think about travelling at another time.

“Strikes are terrible for passengers, especially as the country is starting to recover from the pandemic and return to rail. We urge the RMT to work with Network Rail and train operators to find a swift solution.”

Network Rail Route Director Mark Killick said:

“We’re so sorry for the disruption next week and we know how difficult this will be for our customers so soon after the pandemic. We’ve trained 250 staff so we can keep some of the busiest lines open, focusing our resources on the routes that can keep the largest numbers of customers and freight moving and serving vital locations such as hospitals. That said, we will not compromise on safety and the strike does mean that large parts of the network will be closed.

“We are continuing to work with unions to find a solution and will keep doing so. But we also have to be honest and accept that we have to change the way we work, to reflect the changes in society and travel patterns post pandemic. Again, I’d like to apologise to everyone who find their journeys disrupted next week and urge our customers to check before they travel.”

South Western Railway announces strike timetable

South Western Railway announces strike timetable: SWR logo-2
  • Due to the planned national strike, SWR customers are urged only to travel by rail if absolutely necessary between 21 and 26 June 
  • SWR will run a severely reduced timetable on strike days (21, 23, 25 June), with significant parts of the network closed 
  • A severely limited service will run between 07:15 and 18:30 on some routes for those who have no choice but to travel 
  • SWR will run a late-starting Sunday level of service across the network on 22, 24 and 26 June

South Western Railway (SWR) is urging customers only to travel by rail if absolutely necessary on the planned strike days – Tuesday 21, Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June – and throughout that week.  

Customers should expect severe disruption and, if they have to travel, should seek to do so by other means.  

This comes as SWR published their strike day timetable, which will provide a very limited service on the routes Network Rail have made available. The reduced timetable will see significant parts of the network closed entirely and those trains that are running will be far less frequent compared to normal.   

Network Rail and more than 2,100 SWR RMT members are set to take strike action on Tuesday 21, Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June, causing severe disruption. Network Rail will provide contingency cover for critical roles including electrical control room operators, signallers, maintenance and response teams, but will not be able to cover the whole day. 

SWR’s reduced timetable will run from 07:15 to 18:30 on the three strike days, and will consist of:  

  • Four trains per hour in each direction between Waterloo and Windsor via Hounslow 
  • Two semi-fast trains per hour in each direction between Waterloo and Basingstoke  
  • Four trains per hour in each direction between Waterloo and Woking 
  • Two fast trains per hour in each direction between Waterloo and Southampton 

NB – Trains will not stop at all stations on these routes. 

Island Line services will not be affected by the industrial action 

There will be no SWR services across the rest of the network. 

Significant disruption is also expected on Wednesday 22, Friday 24 and Sunday 26 June, when the network will not be operational before 07:30 and a Sunday level of service will operate throughout the day.  

South Western Railway’s Managing Director, Claire Mann, said:  

“The sheer scale of this planned industrial action severely limits the number of trains we can run and routes we can serve, which is reflected in the reduced timetable we have published today.  

“With this disruption set to be so considerable, I regretfully urge customers to only travel by rail if absolutely necessary between Tuesday 21 and Sunday 26 June.

“I am sorry these strikes will cause such disruption and am grateful to our customers for their patience and understanding as the rail industry works to bring this damaging nationwide action to an end.” 

Network Rail route director Mark Killick said:

“We’re so sorry for the disruption next week and we know how difficult this will be for our customers so soon after the pandemic. We’ve trained 250 staff so we can keep some of the busiest lines open, focussing our resources on the routes that can keep the largest numbers of customers and freight moving and serving vital locations such as hospitals. That said, we will not compromise on safety and the strike does mean that large parts of the network will be closed.

“We are continuing to work with unions to find a solution and will keep doing so. But we also have to be honest and accept that we have to change the way we work, to reflect the changes in society and travel patterns post pandemic. Again, I’d like to apologise to everyone who find their journeys disrupted next week and urge our customers to check before they travel.”

Customers are urged to check the SWR website for latest information at www.southwesternrailway.com/strike  

Northern advises customers DO NOT TRAVEL during the week of RMT industrial action

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Northern Trains is asking customers not to travel on its services between 21 – 26 June because of industrial action by the RMT

The whole of the rail network is affected by strikes, planned for Tuesday 21, Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June.

Northern is currently working with Network Rail to agree what services it can run with the industry prioritising essential routes on mainlines and routes in to major cities.

Therefore, the train operator is expecting to run a very limited timetable and is suggesting customers do not travel on the strike dates and, wherever possible, not to travel on those in-between as well. Customers should try to find alternative transport if their journey is essential.

Details of the services able to run will be released as soon as possible to customers. They are advised to visit northernrailway.co.uk/travel/strikes for the latest advice and information.

The timing of the strike action has a knock-on effect on the days in-between with disruption of operations, the displacement of their trains across the network and shift patterns.

In response to the RMT announcing strikes, Tricia Williams, chief operating officer at Northern, said: “Our ability to get customers where they want to be will be significantly impacted and our advice, regrettably, is simply not to travel during the week of strike action.

“We apologise in advance for the disruption and inconvenience that the RMT’s industrial action may cause. We continue to be keen to speak to the RMT to find a resolution and avoid any strikes.”

Northern usually runs nearly 2,000 services a day to 540 stations across the North of England.

Only travel if necessary and expect severe disruption, GWR warns as RMT strikes set to impact trains all week

Significantly reduced timetable announced, with only 30% of services operating on strike days

Train operator GWR has announced its planned timetable to operate next week as industrial action by the RMT union at train operators across the industry and Network Rail is expected to severely affect services from 21 to 25 June.

GWR is warning people to expect severe disruption and to only travel by rail if absolutely necessary.

GWR will operate as many trains as possible during the strike action however, most train services will be affected on the days announced. Due to the timing of the strike action, services in between strike days will also be affected.

On strike days the operator is aiming to provide about 30% of its usual timetabled services, and about 50% on non-strike days.

GWR Managing Director Mark Hopwood said:

“We very much welcome the opportunity to continue to talk with the RMT to avert strike action. Any strike will impact on customers’ journeys and can only damage the post-covid recovery everyone at GWR has been working to win back, while at the same time making it more difficult to deliver the changes we need to secure jobs and services for the future. 

“I’m hopeful the RMT will step back, however colleagues have been working hard to put contingency plans in place and give certainty to customers who need to travel. The priority will be to keep trains running and customers moving safely, but changes will be needed to allow that to happen and customers may wish to alter their plans.” 

Where trains are able to run, they are expected to be extremely busy and replacement bus services are not able to be provided.

On the days of strike action, 21, 23 and 25 June, GWR expects to only be able to operate services along the following routes and stations:

GWR Strike services operating

On days when strike action is not taking place GWR expects to be able to operate the following reduced, service:

GWR Intermediate days strike services operating

Online journey checkers are expected to be updated with the latest timetable information on the following dates:

DateStrike/non-dayTimetable Publication Date
Monday 20 JuneNon-strike dayThursday 16 June
Tuesday 21 JuneStrike dayThursday 16 June
Wednesday 22 JuneNon-strike dayFriday 17 June
Thursday 23 JuneStrike dayThursday 16 June
Friday 24 JuneNon-strike dayFriday 17 June
Saturday 25 JuneStrike dayTuesday 21 June
Sunday 26 JuneNon-strike dayTuesday 21 June

Customers who have already purchased tickets can claim a full refund or can amend their ticket; those who travel and are delayed may be entitled to delay repay compensation if they are delayed by 15 mins or more. Season ticket holders can apply for compensation through the Delay Repay scheme.



To help customers, GWR is allowing people with tickets for travel on strike days to be able to travel on the day before and up to two days after. 





Our Refund and Book with Confidence policies will remain in place and we will update this page with more information if the current situation changes.

RMT CALLS FOR FACE TO FACE MEETING WITH SHAPPS

RMT calls for face to face meeting with Shapps

Rail union RMT has called for a face-to-face meeting with Transport Secretary Grant Shapps and Chancellor Rishi Sunak to avert strike action on the rail network next week.

The railways will be shut down for 3 days on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, when workers from Network Rail and 13 train operating companies take to picket lines across the country in a row over pay and job losses.

In a letter to Grant Shapps, RMT general secretary Mick Lynch says it has become clear that the Treasury is “calling the shots” and is not allowing rail employers to reach a negotiated settlement with the union.

Mr Lynch writes: “I am writing to seek an urgent meeting with the government, without any pre-conditions, to discuss the national rail disputes prior to the planned strike action next week and I would be grateful if this could be arranged without delay. As you will be aware both this year and last year, meetings have taken place under the Rail Industry Recovery Group (RIRG).

“…it has become obvious in our discussions with employers since the RMT ballot result that the government is retaining control over the conduct of negotiations with the RMT, and the Treasury in particular is calling the shots.”

“In effect in recent weeks the union has been negotiating with the government, but the government have not been in the room.

“I am now therefore calling for a meeting with you and the Chancellor Rishi Sunak. I also note the government have decided to have a parliamentary debate on the dispute today. So, as well as speaking at the despatch box about the dispute, I hope you will be able to speak to me directly about resolving the dispute.”

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TransPennine Express asks customers only to make essential journeys during week of RMT strike action

TransPennine Express (TPE) is calling on its customers to think carefully about their travel options and to only make essential journeys during planned RMT strike action next week.

The union has announced industrial action on Tuesday 21, Thursday 23, and Saturday 25 June and, with an amended timetable in place, TPE is warning the very few services it is able to run each day will be extremely busy. There will also be significant disruption to services on days either side of the strike action.

Kathryn O’Brien, Customer Experience Director at TransPennine Express said: “Due to the RMT action we will only be able to operate around 10 per cent of our usual daily services. Alongside other operators, we simply won’t be able to provide journeys for the tens of thousands of customers who would normally rely on us and any services we are able to run will be extremely busy.

“Therefore, we’re asking our customers to think carefully about their travel across the whole of next week and to only make essential journeys by rail. People should, where possible, consider alternative modes of transport.”

On the days of RMT strike action, TPE will operate a small number of services on just four routes (Newcastle – Edinburgh, Sheffield – Cleethorpes, Manchester Airport – Preston and Manchester Piccadilly – York), with the vast majority of its managed stations closed with no rail or replacement service available for customers.

Kathryn added: “We will do all we can to provide the best possible service for our customers, but with the limited timetable and trains starting later and finishing earlier than usual we need all our customers to plan essential journeys carefully.

“It’s extremely disappointing that RMT has chosen to take strike action which will not only cause significant disruption for our customers, but will also damage the recovery of the rail industry.

“Like many other industries, rail is still recovering from the effects of the pandemic and the latest strikes – which follow almost five months of industrial action by RMT – only serve to put this recovery at risk.

“We remain open for talks with the union, but any talks must be realistic, affordable and take into account the context of the environment in which the rail industry is now operating.”

Customers who need to make essential journeys should visit the TPE website (www.tpexpress.co.uk) or National Rail Enquiries for the latest timetables and information.

Anyone planning journeys should check carefully, up to the last minute, as there is potential for delays and further cancellations. Bikes will not be permitted onboard TPE services on strike days.

Customers strongly encouraged not to travel on 21 June, ahead of week of travel disruption across TfL and national rail services

TfL Press Release - Customers strongly encouraged not to travel on 21 June, ahead of week of travel disruption across TfL and national rail services: TfL Image - London Underground Roundel

  • On Tuesday 21 June, the RMT and Unite unions are planning 24-hours of strike actionTfL expects severe disruption or no service on all Underground lines
  • Customers are strongly encouraged not to travel on TfL services on 21 June and before mid-morning on Wednesday 22 June, unless absolutely necessary
  • Strike action on national rail services is also taking place on 21 June and will impact London Underground, Overground and Elizabeth line services from 21 to 26 June.
  • Further strike action will also impact national rail services until 26 June. Plan ahead and check before you travel
  • Strike action has been called despite there being no proposals to change pensions and no job losses

Transport for London (TfL) is strongly encouraging people not to travel on Tuesday 21 June and early on Wednesday 22 June, unless absolutely necessary, due to planned industrial action being taken by the RMT and Unite unions. This comes ahead of a week of travel disruption across the country, which will impact London Underground, Overground and Elizabeth line services between 21 and 26 June.

TfL expects severe disruption or no service on all London Underground lines on Tuesday 21 June if the strike action goes ahead, with no services running before 08:00 on Wednesday 22 June. Customers are encouraged to avoid making journeys on 22 June until mid-morning.

If customers cannot avoid travelling on 21 June, they should expect severe disruption or no service on the Tube, and plan ahead and leave more time for journeys. Customers using any Underground services that are running are advised to complete their journey by 18:00. Bus services will be extremely busy. For the latest information on how TfL services are operating, please use TfL’s real-time travel tools, including status updates, Journey Planner and TfL Go. Travel advice for the strike action is available at tfl.gov.uk/tube-strike.

Services that are running on 21 June, including buses and DLR, are likely to be extremely busy with queues to board. Customers using DLR services from stations also served by London Underground are advised to check before they travel due to possible station closures for safety reasons. Walking or cycling may be quicker for some journeys and planning tools are available to plan walking journeys. Santander Cycles will be available, with teams ensuring that bikes are distributed at key locations according to demand. Rental e-scooters are also available to hire in some London boroughs.

The RMT and Unite’s action on Tuesday 21 June coincides with RMT strike action across national rail services on the same day, limiting alternative travel options. There are further strikes planned on national rail services on Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June, which will impact parts of the TfL network and mean customers connecting with national rail services should check before they travel. 

There will be a reduced service on the London Overground and Elizabeth line on the days when strike action is planned – 21, 23 and 25 June – due to the national rail strike and its impacts on shared track and assets. The London Overground will run a reduced service between 07:30-18:30 on these days. On Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June, London Underground will operate as much of the network as possible, However, disruption is expected from Queen’s Park to Harrow & Wealdstone on the Bakerloo line, on the Richmond and Wimbledon branches of the District line, on the Waterloo & City line, and on the Elizabeth line. There is also the potential for disruption due to the strike impacting London Underground staff availability, meaning customers should still check before they travel.

Disruption from the national rail strike will continue to affect customers on the mornings when no strike action is planned, so on Wednesday 22, Friday 24 and Sunday 26 June. London Underground customers using sections of lines affected by national rail strike action are encouraged to avoid making journeys until mid-morning on each of these days.

In addition, continued RMT strike action on Night Tube services is planned on the evening of 24 and 25 June. Despite this strike action, TfL is running a good service on the Victoria line and a regular service on the Jubilee line, with at least three trains per hour. There’s also a regular service on the Central line with at least two trains per hour through central London.

Andy Lord, TfL’s Chief Operating Officer, said: “I want to apologise to customers who will be impacted by the RMT and Unite’s strike action next week. The action on 21 June, taking place at the same time as the national rail strike, will have a severe impact on the London Underground network, resulting in very little to no service on all lines, which is why we’re encouraging people to avoid travel unless completely necessary, as the majority of Tube stations will be closed and services not running.

“Alternatives to the Tube are likely to be much busier than usual and we expect the severe disruption caused by this strike to continue into the morning of Wednesday 22 June. I’m very sorry for the impact this will have on people’s journeys.

“This strike is particularly frustrating as it comes so soon after industrial action earlier this month, no changes have been proposed to pensions and nobody has or will lose their job as a result of the proposals we have set out. We’re urging the RMT and Unite to call off this strike and to work with us to find a resolution and avoid the huge disruption this action will cause to people’s journeys and to our economic recovery.”

This disruptive action comes as part of separate disputes with both the RMT, over pensions, jobs and conditions, and with Unite over pay. This is despite the fact no proposals have been tabled on pensions or terms and conditions, and nobody has or will lose their jobs because of the proposals TfL has set out. TfL met the RMT and Unite unions at the conciliation service ACAS this morning and, although no resolution was reached, is keen to take part in further talks in the hope that this strike can be called off. Pay talks with Unite and other recognised unions in the area are due to start imminently.

As part of previous funding agreements, the Government has required TfL to work towards achieving financial sustainability on its operations by April 2023. This means TfL must speed up its pre-pandemic savings programme. As part of this, TfL has been engaging with its trade unions and staff to seek their views on how it can make London Underground more efficient and financially sustainable, while continuing to deliver the highest standards of safety, reliability and customer service. TfL has committed to its staff and trade unions that the safety of staff and customers will always remain paramount and the changes will protect as many jobs as possible for the people who work for TfL today, allowing more flexibility to adapt to changing customer requirements.

TfL has proposed not recruiting into around 500 to 600 posts as they become vacant – including 250 currently unfilled Tube station posts. London Underground stations will remain staffed at all times while trains are operating, with more than 4,500 station staff available across the network to assist customers and keep them safe, supplemented by enforcement teams and police. This will bring staffing levels in line with customer need while protecting as many jobs as possible. TfL is urging the RMT to work with it to find a resolution and avoid the disruption and damage another strike will cause to London and the economy.

Further information will be available ahead of, and during, the strikes on TfL’s website as well as on Journey Planner and TfL Go.  

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Barking Riverside Extension to open this summer, ahead of schedule

TfL Press Release - Barking Riverside Extension to open this summer, ahead of schedule: TfL Image - BRE train entering station

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  • Customers will be able to reach Barking Riverside by train earlier than planned
  • Driver training and route testing continue to ensure customers have a reliable service from day one
  • Project supply chain has supported skills and jobs across the country

Local residents and visitors to Barking Riverside will soon benefit from quicker and easier journeys with the confirmation that Barking Riverside will become the capital’s newest railway station this summer, ahead of schedule. Transport for London (TfL) has been able to bring forward the launch of London Overground services to Barking Riverside, originally planned for the autumn, following good progress being made in the completion of the station commissioning and testing stages.

Residents can already see trains running between Barking and Barking Riverside while route testing and driver training takes place by Arriva Rail London, which operates the London Overground on TfL’s behalf. This is a major milestone for the project and one of the final steps ahead of welcoming customers for the first time. Barking Riverside station, which appeared on the Tube map for the first time in May, adds to London’s growing number of step free stations – helping to make the capital a more accessible city for everyone.    

TfL Image - BRE station nearing completion

Investment in transport benefits the whole country – from supporting jobs and businesses across the country to ensuring supply chains and manufacturers are able to retain the skill base and resources to easily and affordably satisfy transport projects in other regions. Businesses from around the UK have benefited from the Barking Riverside Extension. Throughout construction, the project’s supply chain has supported businesses of all sizes with skills and job creation seen across the whole country.  This includes steelwork from Scotland and the East of England, precast concrete from the North West and Northern Ireland and innovative slab track from the East Midlands.

The 4.5km extension, which extends the Gospel Oak to Barking London Overground route to a new step-free station at the heart of Barking Riverside, will drastically cut journey times from Barking to Barking Riverside, which currently takes around 25 minutes by bus. Operating four trains per hour, it will take just seven minutes to travel from Barking Riverside to Barking with easy interchange to both the District and Hammersmith & City lines into central London and c2c services.   

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The extension is an intrinsic part of the Barking Riverside development, which is being delivered by Barking Riverside Limited, a joint venture between L&Q and the Mayor of London. This 180-hectare brownfield site on the northern bank of the River Thames is set to be one of London fastest growing areas. The Barking Riverside Extension will help to enable the construction of more than 10,000 new homes along with a range of community, commercial and retail spaces along a 2km stretch of Thames River frontage.  Sitting at the heart of a new public square, the new Barking Riverside step-free station will provide a direct interchange with local bus services and will be a five-minute walk from the riverside, which is already served by Uber Boat by Thames Clippers River Bus services.

Stuart Harvey, TfL’s Chief Capital Officer, said: “Through fantastic collaboration with our partners working on this project, including the MSVF joint venture of Morgan Sindall Infrastructure and VolkerFitzpatrick, Network Rail and Arriva Rail London, I am pleased to confirm that the Barking Riverside Extension will open this summer. The extension will be a game changer for Barking Riverside – vastly improving transport connectivity, accessibility and helping to realise plans to deliver much needed housing.”

Matthew Carpen, Managing Director of Barking Riverside Limited, said: “Today’s news will be a cause of celebration for all residents, complementing the recent extension of the River Bus service and helping connect Barking Riverside to the rest of the capital.”

Paul Hutchings, Managing Director of Arriva Rail London, said: “We are delighted to be extending the London Overground network to Barking Riverside this summer and are working hard to get the station ready for customers. The commencement of our driver training programme on this brand-new stretch of railway takes us another step closer to operating a safe, reliable and punctual service for the local community.”

Steve Balliston, Project Director for MSVF (Morgan Sindall Infrastructure VolkerFitzpatrick) joint venture, said: “It has been a privilege to work on the Barking Riverside Extension, and we’re delighted that we have achieved this major milestone ahead of the targeted date, through our efficient, safety-conscious and collaborative efforts. The team, along with TfL and our supply chain, has worked extremely hard to meet every challenge and deliver a project that provides better connectivity and employment benefits for the local and wider community.”

Vicky Savage, Group Director of Development and Sales at L&Q said: “We’re proud that our vision for Barking Riverside is being realised with the impressive new facilities being delivered. The new Overground Station will have a huge impact on the existing and future community, cementing the status of this development as one of London’s most exciting emerging neighbourhoods.”

More eTicket readers help rail passengers breeze through Southern stations

Rail passengers with smartphone eTickets will find it easier to travel with Southern now that more barcode readers have been installed at stations.

Additional barcode readers – that allow passengers to scan eTickets on their smartphones – have just been added to ticket gates to achieve 100% coverage and cut queues of waiting passengers at the following stations:

  • Angmering, Ashtead, Barnham, Bexhill, Bognor Regis, Dorking, East Grinstead, Haywards Heath, Lancing, Leatherhead, Littlehampton, Polegate and Reigate.

It’s estimated that 50% of tickets now sold in the UK are digital. eTickets are convenient and popular because they can be bought instantly on the train firm’s OnTrack app or website.

They are ideal for advanced singles, peak and off-peak singles, and peak and off-peak day return tickets.

Customer Services Director Chris Fowler said: “Barcode eTickets are quick to buy and convenient to use so we’re steadily adding them to more and more ticket gates across our stations to make life easier for our customers.”

Jacqueline Starr, Chief Executive Officer at the Rail Delivery Group, said: “We’re making it easier for people to buy train tickets with people rapidly switching to buying online and now using digital tickets for half of all journeys. Investment in smart ticketing across the network has made train travel quicker and easier as people can get their ticket straight to their phone.”

HS2 starts work on first pioneering ‘Green Tunnel’

HS2 today [Friday 10th June] announced the start of construction at the site of its first innovative ‘green tunnel’, designed to blend the high speed railway into the landscape and reduce disruption for communities.

Unlike a normal underground tunnel, the one-and-a-half mile (2.5km) Chipping Warden green tunnel in Northamptonshire is being built on the surface using a pioneering off-site manufacturing approach to speed up construction and improve efficiency.

This approach will see more than five thousand giant concrete tunnel segments made in a factory in Derbyshire before being assembled on site. The completed tunnel will then be covered by earth, with trees, shrubs and hedgerows planted to fit in with the surrounding countryside.

Chipping Warden is one of five ‘green tunnels’ that are being built on phase one of the HS2 project, which is designed to improve links between London, Birmingham and the north, help level-up the economy and provide a low carbon alternative to car and air travel.

Applying lessons from the construction of the latest French high speed lines, the off-site approach was developed by HS2’s main works contractor, EKFB – a team made up of Eiffage, Kier, Ferrovial Construction and BAM Nuttall. The tunnel segments are being made by Stanton Precast in Ilkeston Derbyshire as part of a contract which is set to create up to 100 local jobs.

HS2 Ltd’s Project Client Rohan Perin, said:

“The Chipping Warden green tunnel is a great example of what we’re doing to reduce disruption for people living close to the railway – and it’s fantastic to see the first arches in position.

 “Our trains will be powered by zero carbon electricity but it’s also important to reduce the amount of carbon embedded in construction. The off-site manufacturing techniques being used will help cutting the overall amount of carbon-intensive concrete and steel in the tunnel and make the whole process faster, more efficient and therefore less disruptive for the community.”

Designed as an m-shaped double arch, the tunnel will have separate halves for southbound and northbound trains – each one the height of two double-decker buses. Instead of casting the whole tunnel on site, five different concrete precast segments will be slotted together to achieve the double arch – one central pier, two side walls and two roof slabs. All 5,020 segments will be steel reinforced, with the largest weighing up to 43 tonnes.

Concrete and steel are some of the biggest sources of carbon emissions within the construction industry and by reducing the amount of both materials needed for the tunnel, this lighter-weight modular approach is expected to more than halve the amount of carbon embedded in the structure. It also requires less people and equipment on site, improving safety and reducing disruption for residents.

EKFB’s Project Manager, Jeremie Martin, said: 

“Seeing the first set of precast units being installed is a milestone that the whole team is very proud of. This three-year construction programme will benefit from off-site manufacturing making the green tunnel build more efficient than the traditional on-site building method. 

“The HS2 green tunnels are a first of its kind in the UK. We have designed them as a twin arch ‘M’ shape which is more efficient than the standard box structure, reducing the amount of concrete required, which is a great example of how innovative engineering design can reduce carbon impact.” 

The tunnel will be built in sections, with construction expected to be complete in 2024. A relief road has also recently been completed, which will take HS2 vehicles – and other local traffic – away from the centre of the village of Chipping Warden. This will later be extended, to take the A361 over the top of the green tunnel.

Similar green tunnels will also be built at nearby Greatworth as well as Wendover in Buckinghamshire and Burton Green in Warwickshire, stretching for a combined total of more than four miles. The tunnels will all have specially designed ‘porous portals’ at either end to reduce the noise of trains entering and exiting the tunnel, along with small portal buildings to house safety and electrical equipment.

Tailored landscaping design plans will be developed for each tunnel, with thousands of native trees and shrubs typical to the local area such as Silver Birch, Oak, Beech and Willow planted to create new woodland areas around the portals and recreate the hedgerows and field boundaries on top of the tunnel.

All 13,290 segments for Chipping Warden, Greatworth and Wendover are being made by Derbyshire-based Stanton Precast Ltd, in a deal that is set to create up to 100 jobs at their Ilkeston factory – an increase in their workforce of around 50%. New production sheds, casting and storage areas are also being built at the factory to accommodate the new work.

HS2 trials ‘first of a kind’ electric drilling rig in bid to cut carbon in construction

Bauer electric piling rig, BBV and SB3. Overview of whole rig and equipment.

HS2 Ltd’s construction partner Balfour Beatty VINCI Joint Venture (BBV), is currently trialling the world’s first all-electric, high-capacity drilling rig on a construction site in Warwickshire, as the Joint Venture steps up its plans to meet HS2 Ltd’s ambition for diesel-free construction sites.

Andrea Davidson, HS2’s Air Quality Manager said:

“We are proud to be working with our supply chain and leading manufacturers to drive a step change in the UK construction industry, demonstrating the viability and benefits of emissions-free heavy electric plant.

“Being at the forefront of a ground-breaking trial like this is another step on our journey to achieving our target of all diesel-free construction sites by 2029, and net zero carbon from 2035 – helping HS2 to become the most sustainable infrastructure project ever delivered.”

The 100 tonne BAUER eBG33 drilling rig creates an overall reduction of 1292kg CO2 per day compared to a traditionally powered rig and also reduces noise by 50%. In terms of performance, the rig is able to carry out exactly the same tasks as a traditional rig.

This innovative new machine is being used by BBV’s deep foundations contractor SB3 (a Joint Venture between Bachy Soletanche & Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering), and works alongside a diesel-powered rig to construct large diameter piles, with the aim of demonstrating that heavy, electric-powered construction plant can perform the same tasks as traditional machines.

Dan Fawcett, Innovation Director at BBV said:

“We’re committed to driving real innovation across everything we do. That’s why we’re so excited to trial the world’s first all-electric, high capacity drilling rig at one of our HS2 sites in Warwickshire. This pioneering project marks a major step forward towards transitioning to all-electric powered plants, which is great news for the environment too.

“We’ll look to share what we learn from this trial and extend it across our other sites, as well as the wider industry.”

 Tim Laemmle from BAUER Maschinen GmbH, the rig’s developers and manufacturers, said:

“We’re thrilled to be leading the industry with this electric rig. It is great to be working with HS2, BBV and SB3, as the first UK specialist contractor to demonstrate the capabilities of the product. We’re fully committed to bringing emission-free equipment to the deep foundation sector. There is a strong desire to promote our new electrified equipment as a genuine, reliable alternative to fossil fuel driven machinery.”

Chris Merridew, SB3 JV Board Director said:

“Our team was eager to support Bauer as the first end user of the electric rig and its new technology.  It has the potential to be a massive game changer for the industry and the wider construction sector in our continued drive to reduce carbon, noise and emissions.” 

The BAUER eBG33 replaces the diesel engine drive with a powerful electric drive. The environmental benefits include reduced exhaust and noise emissions; high energy efficiency due to modern three-phase asynchronous motor; and flexibility through an integrated frequency converter. BAUER are also trialling different E-connection concepts and an innovative concept for set-up operation via an autonomous secondary drive which is independent of the power supply.

Network Rail issues reminder of critical repairs to railway bridge in Bath starting next week

Claverton Street railway bridge

Network Rail is reminding residents and motorists of critical repair work to Claverton Street railway bridge that is due to begin next week to ensure the continued safe and reliable running of the railway through the city of Bath.

Work on Claverton Street railway bridge – which sits above the A36 at Churchill Bridge roundabout to the south of Bath city centre – will begin on Monday 20 June, lasting until Sunday 16 October. To minimise disruption to road users and rail passengers, the refurbishment will take place at night.

Between the hours of 6am and 7pm daily, the road will be open as usual and train services will remain unaffected throughout.

The bridge, located just outside Bath Spa station, carries train services in and out of the city and needs extensive steel and brickwork repairs so that passengers can continue to experience safe and reliable journeys.

Around 17,500 tourists, commuters and visitors travel by train to Bath Spa station every day and once this work is complete, the lifespan of this vital bridge will be extended by at least 25 years.

As part of this £800,000 project, Network Rail’s team of engineers will be working throughout the night to grit blast the structure (a process which involves forcibly propelling abrasive material against a surface at high pressure), requiring access both beneath and on top of the bridge as well as alongside the railway tracks. Once the entire bridge has been grit blasted, the metalwork will be restored before a protective layer of paint is applied. The brickwork on the sides and support structures of the bridge will also be repaired.

To ensure that these repairs can be carried out while maintaining the safety of rail and road users as well as pedestrians, the A36 at Churchill Bridge roundabout will need to be closed to all eastbound and southbound traffic from 7pm to 6am between 20 June and 16 October, seven days a week. Between 20 August and 9 October, Network Rail’s engineers will only be working beside the railway tracks each Saturday evening, meaning the road closure on Saturdays will differ, lasting between midnight and 7am.

During this period of work, a diversion route, approved by Bath and North East Somerset Council, will be in place as follows:

  • All northbound traffic including access to the A4 London Road, A46 and M4 motorway will travel via Green Park Road and Charles Street to Queen Square, and then via Gay Street and George Street onto the A4 The Paragon.
  • All eastbound traffic including access to Bathwick, Bathampton and Warminster, will travel via the A3039 Dorchester Street and Manvers Street to North Parade before turning left onto the A36 Pulteney Road (South).
  • All southbound traffic including access to the A367 Wellsway to Radstock and Midsomer Norton will travel via the A3039 Dorchester Street and Manvers Street to North Parade before turning right onto the A36 Pulteney Road (South).
  • All Westbound traffic towards Keynsham and Bristol leaving the city centre will either follow the southbound diversion before travelling onwards via the A36 Lower Bristol Road, or travel out of Bath via the A4 Upper Bristol Road.

Network Rail has worked closely with the Council and other businesses and stakeholders in the city to identify any largescale events that would be significantly impacted by this work and has adapted its programme and agreed to stand down work on a number of dates to accommodate these events; including the Michael Bublé concert (15-16 July), Bath Boules (22-24 July), and the Fantastic Food Festival (29-31 July).

Michael Contopoulos, Network Rail’s Project Director, said: “The Claverton Street railway bridge is a significant piece of rail infrastructure that carries around 17,500 rail passengers in, out and through the city of Bath each day. Now it needs important repairs to extend its lifespan and structural integrity.

“To carry out this work safely, we will need to close the road underneath the bridge; I’d like to take this opportunity to apologise for any disruption this will cause to road users.

“We are aware of the impact a traffic diversion will have in such a busy city centre location and have limited our working to overnight shifts to minimise disruption to road users as far as possible. Some of our work may be noisy at times; I apologise if any nearby residents are affected.

“We will be doing all we can to complete these repairs as quickly, quietly and safely as possible, and we would like to thank residents, businesses and road users in advance for their patience and understanding.”

To find out more about Network Rail’s work to maintain and repair Claverton Street bridge, please visit www.networkrail.co.uk/claverton

Local residents and businesses with any queries or concerns regarding the work taking place are encouraged to contact Network Rail’s 24-hour national helpline (03457 11 41 41) or visit www.networkrail.co.uk/contactus

Reading station’s green credentials given boost thanks to ‘digital twin’

Reading train station (front)

An innovative project to improve carbon emissions and energy performance at Reading station is underway which has the potential to improve the station’s energy performance by around 20%.

Sensors are set to be installed across Reading station to capture live, real-time data on the station’s energy usage in a bid to help cut the station’s carbon emissions and improve its energy performance.

This innovative approach to understanding and improving the station’s energy performance is thanks to a specialist computer modelling platform that has developed a ‘digital twin’ of the station including a simulation of its current energy usage. Using existing, historical data and modelling, a number of opportunities have been identified that are predicted could result in around a 20% improvement on the station’s carbon emissions and energy performance.

Network Rail has team up with Atkins – a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group – and Cardiff University to develop this ‘digital twin’ of Reading station, utilising Cardiff University’s Computational Urban Sustainability Platform (CUSP).

Using this data and computer modelling to create baselines for the station’s energy consumption and carbon emissions, CUSP has been used to map out ways of improving the station’s performance via energy efficiency measures whilst exploring further possible changes and the potential impact this could have on making additional energy savings.

A number of ways to reduce energy expenditure and carbon emissions with minimal costs have been identified, including:

  • Improved lighting controls such as dimming when an area of the station is not in use.
  • Turning off machinery such as escalators when not in use or overnight when train services aren’t in operation.

In addition to the data being collected by the sensors at the station, passenger numbers and research to understand passenger and station-user behaviour will also be recorded to understand how identified energy savings might impact their safety and experiences when in the station.

It is hoped, following the energy and carbon savings being realised at Reading station, this technology can be utilised across the rail network to support Network Rail in its commitment to reducing its carbon footprint.

Adam De Benedictis, Network Rail’s Regional Energy & Carbon Manager, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Atkins on this innovative project which will help us gain a better understanding of complex assets – such as Reading station – and their predicted performance, allowing us to confidently identify and deliver energy efficiency measures and ultimately manage our assets effectively.

“As an organisation, we are committed to reducing our carbon emissions and playing our part in helping combat global warming while ensuring passengers’ experiences in our stations and on our railways are safe, reliable and comfortable.”

Nick Tune, Technical & Technology Director at Atkins, said: “This is an important milestone as we look to harness data and technology to improve delivery at every stage of an asset’s life. 

“Digital twins are the centrepiece of this shift which is giving us the information needed to not only identify opportunities to improve an asset’s energy performance but to interrogate future scenarios, explore further recommendations and tell us how those interventions will work with an unprecedented degree of certainty.”

Levelling Up boost to transform Bristol Temple Quarter and Bristol Temple Meads station

Station approach vision

Thousands of new homes and jobs will be created through the regeneration of Bristol Temple Quarter, thanks to £95m in government funding, Levelling Up Minister Neil O’Brien MP announced today (Friday 10 June 2022).  

Bristol’s biggest ever regeneration project will deliver up to 10,000 homes and 22,000 jobs in a series of new sustainable and inclusive communities at the heart of one of the UK’s most productive and fast-growing city regions. The funding will unlock the first phase of this scheme, with future plans to develop 57 hectares of land across St Philip’s Marsh in phase two.

The scheme will help to address regional inequalities by focusing on a highly deprived area of Bristol, delivering new affordable homes, generating skills, training, and employment opportunities while improving transport, boosting regional productivity and economic growth.

The partnership between the West of England Combined Authority, Bristol City Council, Network Rail and Homes England will bring forward the regeneration of approximately 130 hectares – equivalent to about 182 football pitches – of brownfield land.

The £95m funding will be focused on areas immediately around Bristol Temple Meads station, unlocking approximately 2,500 new homes by 2032 and supporting around 2,200 jobs.

The funding will also support the creation of three new or significantly improved station entrances planned to the north, south and east of Bristol Temple Meads station. The new entrances will mean that the station no longer severs the connections between neighbouring areas but connects them instead. The new eastern entrance to Bristol Temple Meads will make it much easier to reach the station from surrounding neighbourhoods and creates a link to the new University of Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise campus.

There will also be a multi-storey car park and a new transport hub which will link up the railway with connections for pedestrians, cyclists and the local and citywide bus network, making it easier to travel around the city and to/from the region.

This latest funding announcement builds on the completion of last summer’s £132m track and signalling upgrade at Bristol East Junction and the ongoing renovation of the station’s historic train shed roof

Mike Gallop, Network Rail’s Western route and strategic operations director, said: “We welcome this funding announcement and look forward to continuing working with our partners to revitalise Bristol Temple Quarter, including transforming Bristol Temple Meads station into a world class transport hub with three new entrances, a multi-storey car park and new commercial and retail for the benefit of our passengers, the city of Bristol and wider West of England region.

“Our work to modernise the railway near Bristol Temple Meads and the renovation of the station itself is continuing to progress really well. Last summer we completed a £132m major track upgrade at Bristol East Junction resulting in a clever new track layout and state of the art signalling equipment, providing passengers with more reliable and better journeys to and from Bristol Temple Meads, while the next phase of our work to refurbish the station’s historic train shed roof is ongoing.”   

Levelling Up Minister, Neil O’Brien MP, said: “Building new homes in the places they are most needed and regenerating our towns and cities lies at the heart of the Government’s levelling up mission. 

“It’s fantastic to be in Bristol today to see this levelling up in action; central government working with local leaders and industry to grow the economy, delivering the high-quality new homes this country needs and breathing new life into neglected places.”

Peter Denton, Chief Executive of Homes England, said: “The Temple Quarter programme provides a step change in how regeneration can be delivered, with the public partnership steering the regeneration, inviting further investment and partnerships with world class regeneration partners. 

“We are committed to working with ambitious local authorities seeking to meet their local housing needs through delivery of key infrastructure. The multimillion-pound government funding will resolve much needed improvements to the infrastructure surrounding the station, unlocking critical housing sites and allowing the partnership between the Combined Authority, Bristol City Council, Network Rail and Homes England to deliver their vision for the local community and develop a sense of place.”   

The West of England Metro Mayor, Dan Norris, said: “I’m thrilled that the Combined Authority, that I lead, has been awarded £95m to invest in Temple Quarter one of the most exciting regeneration projects in Europe. Now we need to make sure that the buildings and infrastructure and the high skilled jobs we bring in, truly match our ambitions on tackling the climate emergency and use the skills of our amazingly talented workers to make this area something to be very proud of.   

“Combine this with the refurbishment of Brunel’s iconic station and we really will have, at long last, the jewel in the crown in the heart of our great city and fantastic region.” 

The Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees, said: “Temple Quarter creates the opportunity to make our city more sustainable and better connected, while providing the affordable homes, accessible jobs and training that our citizens want and need as we tackle the climate and ecological challenges.   

“This announcement is extremely welcome and is the result of a productive partnership between Bristol City Council, the West of England Combined Authority, Network Rail and Homes England that first met in 2017 to plan for the successful regeneration at the heart of the city region.  

“The partnership has brought forward a realistic, integrated vision to create a thriving new area of the city that will be key to Bristol’s and the city region’s journey to becoming an inclusive and sustainable economy, boosting Bristol’s role as a major driver of the city region and Western Gateway economies. This funding will unlock the infrastructure and public spaces needed to support further delivery on homes, jobs and inclusive growth and will underpin Bristol’s connectivity, sustainability and path to carbon neutrality.” 

Railway vegetation clearance planned between Evanton and Invergordon

Wick vegetation pre work

Network Rail will shortly begin overnight tree and vegetation management on the line between Evanton and Invergordon in the Scottish Highlands.

Between June and September work will be carried out along an 8 mile stretch of the Far North line to clear trees and vegetation from adjacent land within the railway boundary.  The work is needed to keep passengers safe and trains punctual and to reduce the risk for lineside neighbours.

From the 13th June for around 16 weeks and working both day and night, the team will clear a 3-metre strip from the outside rail to the boundary.  It will also treat any noxious and invasive non-native weeds within the railway corridor.

Other trees within falling distance of the railway will be selectively felled or cut-back to leave a well-balanced tree canopy. Any heritage, landscape specimen trees will be considered on a case-by-case basis and will be retained where it is safe to do so.

Ahead of the work, environmental surveys have been carried out and the area has been inspected for nesting birds and protected species. We have also worked with our ecologists to minimise the impact of the work on the environment.

Those living closest to the line have been advised about the work by letter with a FAQs section which anticipates and responds to many of the concerns people have raised when we have carried carry out this type of work in other areas.

Kirsty Armstrong, Scheme Project Manager for the vegetation clearance work said,

“Network Rail manages thousands of miles of trees and vegetation along the railway to ensure that everything which grows lineside is safe and does not cause delays to trains.

“Through the management of lineside trees and vegetation, Network Rail aims to protect the safety of the operational railway line. This keeps passengers safe and reduces risks for lineside neighbours.

“Elements of this work are unavoidably at night for safety reasons, however the teams are always mindful of the impact their work may have and do what they can to minimise this.  We want to apologise in advance if anyone is disturbed by the work.”

If anyone has any questions or concerns about this work they can contact Network Rail’s 24hr National helpline on 03457 11 41 41.

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21:07 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z71 Manchester Victoria to Crewe Down Refuge Siding 

21:42 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

23:52 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 5

02:01 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z51 Crewe to Crewe Down Refuge Siding

02:48 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

02:58 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:11 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

06:56 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) hauled ECS move – 5Z13 Crewe Holding Sidings to Crewe

07:02 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle 

11:23 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z70 Crewe Down Refuge Siding to Crewe

11:37 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z70 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Crewe to Denton 

13:37 – DB Cargo light engine move (Electric) – 0xxx Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Reception Railfreight Distribution 

16:36 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z71 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Denton to Manchester Victoria 

16:49 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z71 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Denton to Manchester Victoria 

21:09 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z71 Manchester Victoria to Crewe Down Refuge Siding 

21:33 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

21:45 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings 

21:46 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) hauled ECS move – 5Z15 Crewe to Crewe Holding Sidings

23:35 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z71 Manchester Victoria to Crewe Down Refuge Siding 

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

DAWLISH BEACH CAMERAS (dawlishbeach.com)

 – DAWLISH CAMERAS (Blenheim & San Remo)

00:45 – 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

 – DAWLISH WARREN CAMERA

00:46 – 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

DERBY CAMERAS (In partnership with Rail Operations Group)

06:45 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q11 Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane to Worksop Down Yard

07:15 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q11 Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane to Worksop Down Yard

DONCASTER CAMERA

04:07 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Doncaster West Yard

07:10 – GB Railfreight blight engine move (Diesel) – 0D15 Scunthorpe Trent Terminal Complex to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

10:08 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

10:58 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

11:47 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L61 Thrislington Gbrf to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

12:07 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

12:33 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

12:41 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

14:38 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

14:45 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

16:36 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

22:00 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Doncaster West Yard to Derby Rtc Serco

EPPING CAMERA (www.eppingmuseum.com)

FARINGTON JUNCTION CAMERA

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

03:17 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:59 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:37 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

20:17 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

FLITWICK CAMERA

GRATELEY CAMERA (facebook.com/grateleytrains/)

HENSALL CAMERA (kjbmodels.co.uk)

KEIGHLEY CAMERA (kwvr.co.uk)

KIDDERMINSTER CAMERA (www.svr.co.uk)

09:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

11:36 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

14:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

16:52 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

NEWARK CAMERAS

NEWBURY CAMERA (icn-ltd.com)

PETERBOROUGH CAMERAS (railworld.org.uk)

 – CAMERA 1

09:43 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0O65 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

 – CAMERA 2, 3 & 4 

PORTSMOUTH CAMERA 

Camera Offline due to construction work.

PRESTON CAMERA

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

03:01 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:55 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:06 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

20:06 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

PRINCES RISBOROUGH CAMERA (chinnorrailway.co.uk)

RYDE ESPLANADE (royalesplanadehotel.co.uk)

SANQUHAR CAMERA (sanquharstation.co.uk)

08:52 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z66 Motherwell Tmd (drs) to Carlisle

12:34 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z67 Carlisle to Motherwell Tmd (drs)

23:41 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Irvine Caledonian Paper to Carlisle New Yard

SETTLE & CARLISLE LINE CAMERAS

 – GARSDALE CAMERA

11:14 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle

16:49 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

 – HORTON-IN RIBBLESDALE CAMERA

10:52 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle

17:08 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

RIBBLEHEAD VIADUCT CAMERA (In partnership with Settle & Carlisle Railway Properties Ltd/FoSCL & S&C Trust)

10:59 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle

17:01 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

SHEFFIELD CAMERA (Electric Works Sheffield)

SHREWSBURY ABBEY FOREGATE CAMERA (beachifa.co.uk)

ST BEES CAMERA

TEIGNMOUTH CAMERAS

00:42 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

04:25 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1C50 Paddington to Penzance

THANKERTON CAMERA

00:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

02:13 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

03:16 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

06:08 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

16:14 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

18:13 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive hauled ECS – 5Z85 Helensburgh Upper to Carnforth Steamtown

TODMORDEN CAMERA

13:50 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z70 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Crewe to Denton

TYWYN CAMERA (In partnership with Talyllyn Railway)

UPHALL CAMERA

WATFORD CAMERA

00:10 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

06:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

07:31 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

16:04 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q90 Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane to Wembley Inter City Depot 

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

WIGAN NORTH WESTERN CAMERAS (swanandrailwayhotelwigan.co.uk)

00:30 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness 

03:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:40 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:47 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

08:20 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle 

19:58 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

20:32 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

YORK CAMERAS

 – NORTH (SKELTON JN) CAMERAS

10:21 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

14:57 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

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

08:57 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx York Parcels Sidings to Huddersfield

14:41  – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Huddersfield to York Parcels Sidings

15:02 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

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

10:18 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

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


HERITAGE RAILWAY CAMERAS

CHINNOR & PRINCES RISBOROUGH RAILWAY

(chinnorrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT PRINCES RISBOROUGH

FFESTINIOG & WELSH HIGHLAND RAILWAY

(festrail.co.uk)

Woodland Wanderer, Gelert Explorer & Mountain Spirit – Information at https://www.festrail.co.uk/calendar/

CAMERAS AT PORTHMADOG HARBOUR STATION, MINFFORDD & TAN Y BWLCH

KEIGHLEY & WORTH VALLEY RAILWAY

(kwvr.co.uk)

Pink Timetable – Information at https://kwvr.co.uk/events/

CAMERAS AT HAWORTH, KEIGHLEY & OXENHOPE

LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY

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

Yellow Timetable – Information at https://llangollen-railway.co.uk/timetable/

CAMERA AT GLYNDYFRDWY

NENE VALLEY RAILWAY

(nvr.org.uk)   

Standard Travel – Information at https://nvr.org.uk/calendar.php?jssCart=2edc29c1a66e2e86c713dc7689c22392

CAMERAS AT ORTON MERE & WANSFORD (2)

NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS RAILWAY

(nymr.co.uk)

Bronze Timetable – Information at https://www.nymr.co.uk/Handlers/Download.ashx?IDMF=4b2cfad5-6625-4faf-a8ab-6998d0d9edad 

CAMERAS AT GOATHLAND & GROSMONT

ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY

(rhdr.org.uk)

Home of the Railcam Rambler 

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.rhdr.org.uk/timetables/ 

CAMERAS AT DUNGENESS, DYMCHURCH, HYTHE, NEW ROMNEY (Hythe end & New Romney Shed), NEW ROMNEY (Dungeness end) & ROMNEY SANDS

SEATON TRAMWAY

(www.tram.co.uk)

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.tram.co.uk/calendar 

CAMERA AT RIVERSIDE HALT/DEPOT

SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY

(www.svr.co.uk)

Timetable A (Blue) – Information at https://www.svr.co.uk/whats-on/timetables/

CAMERAS AT KIDDERMINSTER (2),BEWDLEY (2), HIGHLEY & BRIDGNORTH

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 

(southdevonrailway.co.uk)

Heritage Steam Train Experience – Information at https://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/visit-us/whats-on/#june 

CAMERA AT BUCKFASTLEIGH

SPA VALLEY RAILWAY 

(spavalleyrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT GROOMBRIDGE

SWANAGE RAILWAY

(swanagerailway.co.uk)

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.swanagerailway.co.uk/calendar 

CAMERAS AT CORFE CASTLE & SWANAGE

TALYLLYN RAILWAY

(talyllyn.co.uk

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/timetable 

CAMERAS AT ABERGYNOLWYN, PENDRE WEST, PENDRE YARD*, TYWYN WHARF & TYWYN YARD* (*Showing the activity ‘behind the scenes’ in Pendre Yard & Tywyn Yard)

WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY

(west-somerset-railway.co.uk

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/timetables

CAMERAS AT BISHOPS LYDEARD, BLUE ANCHOR, CROWCOMBE HEATHFIELD, MINEHEAD (2) & WILLITON (2)

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 – Thursday 16th June 2022

MAINLINE CAMERAS

ALTRINCHAM CAMERA

APPERLEY BRIDGE CAMERA

12:48 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

15:40 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z46 Hellifield Goods Loops to York Parcels Sidings

BARKING CAMERAS

10:38 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M44 London Gateway Port Line 2 to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

or

10:38 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M44 Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

13:06 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0L44 Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner

19:45 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner

or

19:45 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to London Gateway Port Line 2

22:42 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Tilbury Lct (flt) to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

BEATTOCK CAMERA

01:07 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

02:35 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

02:52 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

03:59 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q81 Mossend Down Yard to Carlisle

05:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

18:01 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

BEDFORD CAMERA

BOLTON LE SANDS CAMERA (freightmaster.net)

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

02:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

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

04:10 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

BUSHBURY JUNCTION CAMERA

00:25 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Crewe Wagon Shop Centrac (later Crewe Gresty Bridge Drs) to Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Victa Westlink Rail

02:15 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:45 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Victa Westlink Rail to Crewe Wagon Shop Centrac (later Crewe Gresty Bridge Drs)

04:03 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) hauled ECS move – 5Z59 Crewe Holding Sidings to Kings Cross

04:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

09:06 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z20 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Manchester Victoria to Ascot

22:42 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z22 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Ascot to Manchester Piccadilly

CAMDEN JUNCTION CAMERAS

 – CAMERA 1 (Euston/WCML)

06:56 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

07:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0M16 Wembley Inter City Depot to Euston

07:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

08:28 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper ECS move – 3M16 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

09:40 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper ECS move – 3M11 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

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

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

21:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper ECS move – 5S96 Wembley Inter City Depot to Euston

21:41 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0A95 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

23:53 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

23:56 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0A96 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

 – CAMERA 2 (Primrose Hill/Freight)

07:27 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) hauled ECS move – 5Z59 Crewe Holding Sidings to Kings Cross

CHESTERFIELD CAMERAS (Hasland/Chesterfield Sth Jn)

22:05 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z57 Newport Docks (sims) Gbrf to Doncaster Roberts Road Shed Gb Railfreight

CLITHEROE CAMERA

09:29 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ + support coach – 5Z45 Crewe Holding Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops

CRAMLINGTON CAMERA

CREWE CAMERAS (crewehc.org)

 – CAMERA 1

09:29 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z54 Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Toton Traction Maintenance Depot

09:56 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q22 Penmaenmawr Signal Pr19 to Crewe Holding Sidings

12:53 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site

15:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z69 Toton Traction Maintenance Depot to Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot

18:03 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site

 – CAMERA 2

02:48 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:34 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q60 Crewe Holding Sidings to Tuebrook Sdgs Gbrf

04:11 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

05:33 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern Belle ECS move – 5Z19 Crewe Down Refuge Siding to Manchester Victoria

07:36 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ + support coach – 5Z45 Crewe Holding Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops 

08:06 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z20 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Manchester Victoria to Ascot 

18:03 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

18:23 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:12 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:26 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

23:33 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z22 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Ascot to Manchester Piccadilly 

23:49 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

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

 – CAMERA 3

Overview of Crewe Heritage Centre.

 – CAMERA 4

02:49 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:35 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q60 Crewe Holding Sidings to Tuebrook Sdgs Gbrf 

04:08 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

07:43 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ + support coach – 5Z45 Crewe Holding Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops 

08:04 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z20 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Manchester Victoria to Ascot 

18:24 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:12 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:27 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

23:47 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

23:52 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 5

02:48 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

02:49 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) hauled ECS move – 5Z59 Crewe Holding Sidings to Kings Cross 

03:34 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q60 Crewe Holding Sidings to Tuebrook Sdgs Gbrf 

04:11 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

05:33 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern Belle ECS move – 5Z19 Crewe Down Refuge Siding to Manchester Victoria 

07:36 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ + support coach – 5Z45 Crewe Holding Sidings to Hellifield Goods Loops 

08:06 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z20 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Manchester Victoria to Ascot 

09:29 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z54 Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Toton Traction Maintenance Depot 

09:56 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Q22 Penmaenmawr Signal Pr19 to Crewe Holding Sidings 

12:53 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

15:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z69 Toton Traction Maintenance Depot to Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot 

18:03 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

18:23 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:12 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

21:26 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

23:33 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z22 Ladies Day At Ascot (Northern Belle) Ascot to Manchester Piccadilly 

23:49 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Q30 Derby Rtc Serco to Crewe Carriage Sidings L&nwr Site 

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

DAWLISH BEACH CAMERAS (dawlishbeach.com)

 – DAWLISH CAMERAS (Blenheim & San Remo)

00:45 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

00:49 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard

02:16 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard 

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

 – DAWLISH WARREN CAMERA

00:46 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

00:47 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard

02:25 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard 

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

DERBY CAMERAS (In partnership with Rail Operations Group)

21:35 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z57 Newport Docks (sims) Gbrf to Doncaster Roberts Road Shed Gb Railfreight

DONCASTER CAMERA

07:10 – GB Railfreight blight engine move (Diesel) – 0D15 Scunthorpe Trent Terminal Complex to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

10:58 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

11:50 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley 

12:07 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

12:33 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

12:41 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

14:38 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

14:45 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

21:57 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z69 Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

22:02 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z69 Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight to Doncaster Carriage Holding Sidings

EPPING CAMERA (www.eppingmuseum.com)

FARINGTON JUNCTION CAMERA

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

03:17 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:37 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

FLITWICK CAMERA

GRATELEY CAMERA (facebook.com/grateleytrains/)

HENSALL CAMERA (kjbmodels.co.uk)

KEIGHLEY CAMERA (kwvr.co.uk)

13:00 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

15:25 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z46 Hellifield Goods Loops to York Parcels Sidings

KIDDERMINSTER CAMERA (www.svr.co.uk)

09:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

11:36 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

14:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

16:52 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

NEWARK CAMERAS

11:05 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

NEWBURY CAMERA (icn-ltd.com)

PETERBOROUGH CAMERAS (railworld.org.uk)

 – CAMERA 1

09:43 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0O65 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

10:08 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

 – CAMERA 2, 3 & 4 

PORTSMOUTH CAMERA 

Camera Offline due to construction work.

PRESTON CAMERA

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

03:01 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:55 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

PRINCES RISBOROUGH CAMERA (chinnorrailway.co.uk)

RYDE ESPLANADE (royalesplanadehotel.co.uk)

SANQUHAR CAMERA (sanquharstation.co.uk)

08:52 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z66 Motherwell Tmd (drs) to Carlisle

12:34 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z67 Carlisle to Motherwell Tmd (drs)

SETTLE & CARLISLE LINE CAMERAS

 – GARSDALE CAMERA

15:04 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

 – HORTON-IN RIBBLESDALE CAMERA

14:39 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

RIBBLEHEAD VIADUCT CAMERA (In partnership with Settle & Carlisle Railway Properties Ltd/FoSCL & S&C Trust)

14:46 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

SHEFFIELD CAMERA (Electric Works Sheffield)

SHREWSBURY ABBEY FOREGATE CAMERA (beachifa.co.uk)

ST BEES CAMERA

17:54 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q82 Carlisle to Blackpool North

TEIGNMOUTH CAMERAS

00:42 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

00:52 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard

02:13 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q53 Bristol Kingsland Road to Exeter Riverside North Yard 

04:25 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1C50 Paddington to Penzance

THANKERTON CAMERA

00:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

02:13 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

03:16 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

03:23 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 1Q81 Mossend Down Yard to Carlisle 

06:08 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

18:37 – Locomotive Services Group operated 46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – 1Z46 The Capital Express To Edinburgh: Day 1 (Steam Dreams) Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley

TODMORDEN CAMERA

TYWYN CAMERA (In partnership with Talyllyn Railway)

UPHALL CAMERA

WATFORD CAMERA

00:10 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

06:22 – Locomotive Services Group diesel(s) hauled ECS move – 5Z59 Crewe Holding Sidings to Kings Cross 

06:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

07:31 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

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

WIGAN NORTH WESTERN CAMERAS (swanandrailwayhotelwigan.co.uk)

00:30 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness 

03:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

04:47 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

YORK CAMERAS

 – NORTH (SKELTON JN) CAMERAS

10:21 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

14:57 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

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

15:02 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

16:41 – Locomotive Services Group light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z46 Hellifield Goods Loops to York Parcels Sidings

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

10:18 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

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


HERITAGE RAILWAY CAMERAS

CHINNOR & PRINCES RISBOROUGH RAILWAY

(chinnorrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT PRINCES RISBOROUGH

FFESTINIOG & WELSH HIGHLAND RAILWAY

(festrail.co.uk)

Woodland Wanderer, Glaslyn Venturer, Gelert Explorer & Mountain Spirit – Information at https://www.festrail.co.uk/calendar/

CAMERAS AT PORTHMADOG HARBOUR STATION, MINFFORDD & TAN Y BWLCH

KEIGHLEY & WORTH VALLEY RAILWAY

(kwvr.co.uk)

Pink Timetable – Information at https://kwvr.co.uk/events/

CAMERAS AT HAWORTH, KEIGHLEY & OXENHOPE

LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY

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

Yellow Timetable – Information at https://llangollen-railway.co.uk/timetable/

CAMERA AT GLYNDYFRDWY

NENE VALLEY RAILWAY

(nvr.org.uk)   

CAMERAS AT ORTON MERE & WANSFORD (2)

NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS RAILWAY

(nymr.co.uk)

Bronze Timetable – Information at https://www.nymr.co.uk/Handlers/Download.ashx?IDMF=4b2cfad5-6625-4faf-a8ab-6998d0d9edad 

CAMERAS AT GOATHLAND & GROSMONT

ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY

(rhdr.org.uk)

Home of the Railcam Rambler 

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.rhdr.org.uk/timetables/ 

CAMERAS AT DUNGENESS, DYMCHURCH, HYTHE, NEW ROMNEY (Hythe end & New Romney Shed), NEW ROMNEY (Dungeness end) & ROMNEY SANDS

SEATON TRAMWAY

(www.tram.co.uk)

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.tram.co.uk/calendar 

CAMERA AT RIVERSIDE HALT/DEPOT

SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY

(www.svr.co.uk)

Timetable A (Blue) – Information at https://www.svr.co.uk/whats-on/timetables/

CAMERAS AT KIDDERMINSTER (2),BEWDLEY (2), HIGHLEY & BRIDGNORTH

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 

(southdevonrailway.co.uk)

Heritage Steam Train Experience – Information at https://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/visit-us/whats-on/#june 

CAMERA AT BUCKFASTLEIGH

SPA VALLEY RAILWAY 

(spavalleyrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT GROOMBRIDGE

SWANAGE RAILWAY

(swanagerailway.co.uk)

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.swanagerailway.co.uk/calendar 

Wine Tasting Evening on the Wessex Belle – Information at https://www.swanagerailway.co.uk/events/view/wine-tasting-evening-on-the-bistro

CAMERAS AT CORFE CASTLE & SWANAGE

TALYLLYN RAILWAY

(talyllyn.co.uk

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/timetable 

Talyllyn Pioneers Train – A Journey of Discovery – Information at https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/events/talyllyn-pioneers-train-a-journey-of-discovery-2022-06-16/

CAMERAS AT ABERGYNOLWYN, PENDRE WEST, PENDRE YARD*, TYWYN WHARF & TYWYN YARD* (*Showing the activity ‘behind the scenes’ in Pendre Yard & Tywyn Yard)

WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY

(west-somerset-railway.co.uk

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/timetables

CAMERAS AT BISHOPS LYDEARD, BLUE ANCHOR, CROWCOMBE HEATHFIELD, MINEHEAD (2) & WILLITON (2)

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 Today – Tuesday 14th June 2022

MAINLINE CAMERAS

ALTRINCHAM CAMERA

APPERLEY BRIDGE CAMERA

BARKING CAMERAS

10:38 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M44 London Gateway Port Line 2 to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

or

10:38 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M44 Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

13:06 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0L44 Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner

19:45 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner

or

19:45 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to London Gateway Port Line 2

20:45 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail DMU test train – 2Q08 Welwyn Garden City Freight Depot to Welwyn Garden City Freight Depot

22:16 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail DMU test train – 2Q08 Welwyn Garden City Freight Depot to Welwyn Garden City Freight Depot 

22:42 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Tilbury Lct (flt) to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

BEATTOCK CAMERA

01:07 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

02:35 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

02:52 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

05:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

11:32 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s –  1Z47 Edinburgh At Leisure (Northern Belle) Crewe to Edinburgh Waverley

BEDFORD CAMERA

BOLTON LE SANDS CAMERA (freightmaster.net)

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

02:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

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

04:10 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

04:41 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z47 Carnforth Steamtown to Crewe

08:00 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive hauled ECS move – 5Z52 Carnforth Steamtown to Lancaster

09:28 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s –  1Z47 Edinburgh At Leisure (Northern Belle) Crewe to Edinburgh Waverley

21:53 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive hauled ECS move – 5Z55 Lancaster to Carnforth Steamtown

BUSHBURY JUNCTION CAMERA

00:25 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Crewe Wagon Shop Centrac (later Crewe Gresty Bridge Drs) to Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Victa Westlink Rail

02:15 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:45 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Victa Westlink Rail to Crewe Wagon Shop Centrac (later Crewe Gresty Bridge Drs)

04:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

CAMDEN JUNCTION CAMERAS

 – CAMERA 1 (Euston/WCML)

06:56 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

07:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0M16 Wembley Inter City Depot to Euston

07:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

08:28 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper ECS move – 3M16 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

09:40 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper ECS move – 3M11 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

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

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

21:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper ECS move – 5S96 Wembley Inter City Depot to Euston

21:41 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0A95 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

23:53 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

23:56 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0A96 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

 – CAMERA 2 (Primrose Hill/Freight)

12:30 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled Class 360 ECS move for East Midlands Railway – 5Q97 Northampton Electric Maintenance Depot to Cricklewood South Sidings

17:42 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled Class 360 ECS move for East Midlands Railway – 5Q98 Cricklewood South Sidings to Northampton Electric Maintenance Depot

CHESTERFIELD CAMERAS (Hasland/Chesterfield Sth Jn)

03:12 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Derby Rtc Serco

03:32 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Derby Rtc Serco

03:53 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx Neville Hill Up Sidings to Derby Rtc Serco

CLITHEROE CAMERA

09:42 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z52 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Lancaster to Carlisle

19:16 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z54 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Carlisle to Lancaster

CRAMLINGTON CAMERA

13:56 – Rail Operations Group operated EMU ECS move for ScotRail – 5xxx Haymarket Depot to Doncaster West Yard

CREWE CAMERAS (crewehc.org)

 – CAMERA 1

12:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z54 Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Toton Traction Maintenance Depot

17:15 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z31 Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Reception Railfreight Distribution

 – CAMERA 2

02:48 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:11 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

05:56 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z47 Carnforth Steamtown to Crewe 

06:14 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s –  1Z47 Edinburgh At Leisure (Northern Belle) Crewe to Edinburgh Waverley 

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

 – CAMERA 3

Overview of Crewe Heritage Centre.

 – CAMERA 4

02:49 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:08 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

05:53 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z47 Carnforth Steamtown to Crewe 

06:16 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s –  1Z47 Edinburgh At Leisure (Northern Belle) Crewe to Edinburgh Waverley 

23:52 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 5

02:48 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:11 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

05:56 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z47 Carnforth Steamtown to Crewe 

06:14 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s –  1Z47 Edinburgh At Leisure (Northern Belle) Crewe to Edinburgh Waverley 

12:45 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z54 Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Toton Traction Maintenance Depot 

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

DAWLISH BEACH CAMERAS (dawlishbeach.com)

 – DAWLISH CAMERAS (Blenheim & San Remo)

00:45 – 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

 – DAWLISH WARREN CAMERA

00:46 – 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

DERBY CAMERAS (In partnership with Rail Operations Group)

04:10 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx Neville Hill Up Sidings to Derby Rtc Serco 

10:26 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q90 Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane to Wembley Inter City Depot

10:48 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q90 Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane to Wembley Inter City Depot

DONCASTER CAMERA

01:22 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx Kings Cross to Neville Hill Up Sidings

01:50 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0D89 Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight to Hunslet Tilcon Gbrf

03:09 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx Neville Hill Up Sidings to Derby Rtc Serco

07:10 – GB Railfreight blight engine move (Diesel) – 0D15 Scunthorpe Trent Terminal Complex to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

09:34 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx York Parcels Sidings to Norwich Railfreight Distribution/terminal Complex 

10:58 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

11:47 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L61 Thrislington Gbrf to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

12:05 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

12:33 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

12:41 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

14:38 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

14:45 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

EPPING CAMERA (www.eppingmuseum.com)

FARINGTON JUNCTION CAMERA

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

03:17 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:37 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

08:50 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s –  1Z47 Edinburgh At Leisure (Northern Belle) Crewe to Edinburgh Waverley

FLITWICK CAMERA

GRATELEY CAMERA (facebook.com/grateleytrains/)

HENSALL CAMERA (kjbmodels.co.uk)

KEIGHLEY CAMERA (kwvr.co.uk)

KIDDERMINSTER CAMERA (www.svr.co.uk)

09:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

11:36 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

14:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

16:52 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

22:16 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Q87 Derby Rtc Serco to Bristol Kingsland Road

NEWARK CAMERAS

01:01 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx Kings Cross to Neville Hill Up Sidings

01:45 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z54 Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight to Stewarts Lane Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot

10:57 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx York Parcels Sidings to Norwich Railfreight Distribution/terminal Complex

NEWBURY CAMERA (icn-ltd.com)

PETERBOROUGH CAMERAS (railworld.org.uk)

 – CAMERA 1

00:38 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx Kings Cross to Neville Hill Up Sidings 

02:55 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z54 Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight to Stewarts Lane Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot 

09:03 – West Coast Railways operated 33012 ‘Lt Jenny Lewis RN’ & 50026 ‘Indomitable’ light engine move –  0Z23 Dereham Ukf to Swanage

09:43 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0O65 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

12:20 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx York Parcels Sidings to Norwich Railfreight Distribution/terminal Complex

21:07 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0E08 March Down Refuge Siding to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

22:43 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0E09 March Down Refuge Siding to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

 – CAMERA 2, 3 & 4 

03:35 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L83 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to March Up Yard Gbrf 

09:03 – West Coast Railways operated 33012 ‘Lt Jenny Lewis RN’ & 50026 ‘Indomitable’ light engine move –  0Z23 Dereham Ukf to Swanage

12:20 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx York Parcels Sidings to Norwich Railfreight Distribution/terminal Complex

21:07 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0E08 March Down Refuge Siding to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

22:43 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0E09 March Down Refuge Siding to Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight

PORTSMOUTH CAMERA 

Camera Offline due to construction work.

PRESTON CAMERA

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

03:01 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:55 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

05:01 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z47 Carnforth Steamtown to Crewe 

08:37 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z52 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Lancaster to Carlisle 

09:10 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s –  1Z47 Edinburgh At Leisure (Northern Belle) Crewe to Edinburgh Waverley

20:27 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z54 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Carlisle to Lancaster

PRINCES RISBOROUGH CAMERA (chinnorrailway.co.uk)

RYDE ESPLANADE (royalesplanadehotel.co.uk)

SANQUHAR CAMERA (sanquharstation.co.uk)

08:52 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z66 Motherwell Tmd (drs) to Carlisle

12:34 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z67 Carlisle to Motherwell Tmd (drs)

13:55 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0B85 Port Of Workington Colas to Irvine Caledonian Paper

SETTLE & CARLISLE LINE CAMERAS

 – GARSDALE CAMERA

11:38 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z52 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Lancaster to Carlisle

17:03 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z54 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Carlisle to Lancaster

 – HORTON-IN RIBBLESDALE CAMERA

11:17 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z52 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Lancaster to Carlisle

17:22 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z54 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Carlisle to Lancaster

RIBBLEHEAD VIADUCT CAMERA (In partnership with Settle & Carlisle Railway Properties Ltd/FoSCL & S&C Trust)

11:23 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z52 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Lancaster to Carlisle

17:17 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive – 1Z54 The Pendle Dalesman (West Coast Railtours) Carlisle to Lancaster

SHEFFIELD CAMERA (Electric Works Sheffield)

03:35 – Colas Rail operated Network Rail NMT test train – 1Qxx Neville Hill Up Sidings to Derby Rtc Serco

SHREWSBURY ABBEY FOREGATE CAMERA (beachifa.co.uk)

ST BEES CAMERA

TEIGNMOUTH CAMERAS

00:42 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

04:25 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1C50 Paddington to Penzance

THANKERTON CAMERA

00:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

02:13 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

03:16 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

06:08 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

11:57 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s –  1Z47 Edinburgh At Leisure (Northern Belle) Crewe to Edinburgh Waverley

TODMORDEN CAMERA

TYWYN CAMERA (In partnership with Talyllyn Railway)

UPHALL CAMERA

WATFORD CAMERA

00:10 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

06:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

07:31 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

12:12 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled Class 360 ECS move for East Midlands Railway – 5Q97 Northampton Electric Maintenance Depot to Cricklewood South Sidings

16:04 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q90 Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane to Wembley Inter City Depot 

18:02 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled Class 360 ECS move for East Midlands Railway – 5Q98 Cricklewood South Sidings to Northampton Electric Maintenance Depot 

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

WIGAN NORTH WESTERN CAMERAS (swanandrailwayhotelwigan.co.uk)

00:30 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness 

03:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

04:47 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

05:20 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z47 Carnforth Steamtown to Crewe 

08:35 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s –  1Z47 Edinburgh At Leisure (Northern Belle) Crewe to Edinburgh Waverley

YORK CAMERAS

 – NORTH (SKELTON JN) CAMERAS

10:21 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

10:56 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L61 Thrislington Gbrf to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight 

14:57 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

15:38 – Rail Operations Group operated EMU ECS move for ScotRail – 5xxx Haymarket Depot to Doncaster West Yard

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

08:37 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx York Parcels Sidings to Norwich Railfreight Distribution/terminal Complex 

15:02 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

15:41 – Rail Operations Group operated EMU ECS move for ScotRail – 5xxx Haymarket Depot to Doncaster West Yard

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

10:18 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

11:01 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L61 Thrislington Gbrf to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

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


HERITAGE RAILWAY CAMERAS

CHINNOR & PRINCES RISBOROUGH RAILWAY

(chinnorrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT PRINCES RISBOROUGH

FFESTINIOG & WELSH HIGHLAND RAILWAY

(festrail.co.uk)

Woodland Wanderer, Glaslyn Venturer, Gelert Explorer & Mountain Spirit – Information at https://www.festrail.co.uk/calendar/

CAMERAS AT PORTHMADOG HARBOUR STATION, MINFFORDD & TAN Y BWLCH

KEIGHLEY & WORTH VALLEY RAILWAY

(kwvr.co.uk)

CAMERAS AT HAWORTH, KEIGHLEY & OXENHOPE

LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY

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

Yellow Timetable – Information at https://llangollen-railway.co.uk/timetable/

CAMERA AT GLYNDYFRDWY

NENE VALLEY RAILWAY

(nvr.org.uk)   

CAMERAS AT ORTON MERE & WANSFORD (2)

NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS RAILWAY

(nymr.co.uk)

Bronze Timetable – Information at https://www.nymr.co.uk/Handlers/Download.ashx?IDMF=4b2cfad5-6625-4faf-a8ab-6998d0d9edad 

CAMERAS AT GOATHLAND & GROSMONT

ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY

(rhdr.org.uk)

Home of the Railcam Rambler 

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.rhdr.org.uk/timetables/ 

CAMERAS AT DUNGENESS, DYMCHURCH, HYTHE, NEW ROMNEY (Hythe end & New Romney Shed), NEW ROMNEY (Dungeness end) & ROMNEY SANDS

SEATON TRAMWAY

(www.tram.co.uk)

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.tram.co.uk/calendar 

CAMERA AT RIVERSIDE HALT/DEPOT

SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY

(www.svr.co.uk)

CAMERAS AT KIDDERMINSTER (2),BEWDLEY (2), HIGHLEY & BRIDGNORTH

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 

(southdevonrailway.co.uk)

Heritage Steam Train Experience – Information at https://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/visit-us/whats-on/#june 

CAMERA AT BUCKFASTLEIGH

SPA VALLEY RAILWAY 

(spavalleyrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT GROOMBRIDGE

SWANAGE RAILWAY

(swanagerailway.co.uk)

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.swanagerailway.co.uk/calendar 

CAMERAS AT CORFE CASTLE & SWANAGE

TALYLLYN RAILWAY

(talyllyn.co.uk

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/timetable 

CAMERAS AT ABERGYNOLWYN, PENDRE WEST, PENDRE YARD*, TYWYN WHARF & TYWYN YARD* (*Showing the activity ‘behind the scenes’ in Pendre Yard & Tywyn Yard)

WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY

(west-somerset-railway.co.uk

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/timetables

CAMERAS AT BISHOPS LYDEARD, BLUE ANCHOR, CROWCOMBE HEATHFIELD, MINEHEAD (2) & WILLITON (2)

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 – Wednesday 15th June 2022

MAINLINE CAMERAS

ALTRINCHAM CAMERA

APPERLEY BRIDGE CAMERA

BARKING CAMERAS

10:38 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M44 London Gateway Port Line 2 to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

or

10:38 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0M44 Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

13:06 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0L44 Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner

19:45 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal Freightliner

or

19:45 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe to London Gateway Port Line 2

22:42 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Tilbury Lct (flt) to Wembley Terminal Complex Wheel Lathe

BEATTOCK CAMERA

01:07 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

02:35 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

02:52 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

05:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

16:40 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

BEDFORD CAMERA

BOLTON LE SANDS CAMERA (freightmaster.net)

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

02:42 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

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

04:10 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

04:28 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley

19:45 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

18:32 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive hauled ECS – 5Z85 Helensburgh Upper to Carnforth Steamtown

BUSHBURY JUNCTION CAMERA

00:25 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Crewe Wagon Shop Centrac (later Crewe Gresty Bridge Drs) to Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Victa Westlink Rail

02:15 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:45 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Victa Westlink Rail to Crewe Wagon Shop Centrac (later Crewe Gresty Bridge Drs)

04:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

CAMDEN JUNCTION CAMERAS

 – CAMERA 1 (Euston/WCML)

06:56 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

07:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0M16 Wembley Inter City Depot to Euston

07:44 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

08:28 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper ECS move – 3M16 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

09:40 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper ECS move – 3M11 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

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

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

21:23 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper ECS move – 5S96 Wembley Inter City Depot to Euston

21:41 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0A95 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

23:53 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

23:56 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 light engine move – 0A96 Euston to Wembley Inter City Depot

 – CAMERA 2 (Primrose Hill/Freight)

CHESTERFIELD CAMERAS (Hasland/Chesterfield Sth Jn)

CLITHEROE CAMERA

09:37 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle 

18:42 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

CRAMLINGTON CAMERA

08:33 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley

CREWE CAMERAS (crewehc.org)

 – CAMERA 1

07:02 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle

11:37 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z70 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Crewe to Denton

13:37 – DB Cargo light engine move (Electric) – 0xxx Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Reception Railfreight Distribution

16:49 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z71 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Denton to Manchester Victoria 

19:30 – DB Cargo light engine move (Electric) – 0xxx Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Reception Railfreight Distribution to Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot 

21:33 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

 – CAMERA 2

02:48 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

02:58 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:11 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

16:36 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z71 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Denton to Manchester Victoria

16:49 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z71 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Denton to Manchester Victoria 

21:09 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z71 Manchester Victoria to Crewe Down Refuge Siding

21:45 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

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

 – CAMERA 3

Overview of Crewe Heritage Centre.

 – CAMERA 4

02:49 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:01 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:08 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

21:07 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z71 Manchester Victoria to Crewe Down Refuge Siding 

21:42 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

23:52 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

 – CAMERA 5

02:01 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z51 Crewe to Crewe Down Refuge Siding

02:48 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

02:58 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:11 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

05:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

06:56 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) hauled ECS move – 5Z13 Crewe Holding Sidings to Crewe

07:02 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle 

11:23 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z70 Crewe Down Refuge Siding to Crewe

11:37 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z70 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Crewe to Denton 

13:37 – DB Cargo light engine move (Electric) – 0xxx Crewe Electric Traction Maintenance Depot to Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal Reception Railfreight Distribution 

16:36 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z71 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Denton to Manchester Victoria 

16:49 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z71 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Denton to Manchester Victoria 

21:09 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z71 Manchester Victoria to Crewe Down Refuge Siding 

21:33 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

21:45 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings 

21:46 – Locomotive Services Group diesel (tnt steam pool locomotive) hauled ECS move – 5Z15 Crewe to Crewe Holding Sidings

23:35 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s hauled Northern belle ECS move – 5Z71 Manchester Victoria to Crewe Down Refuge Siding 

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

DAWLISH BEACH CAMERAS (dawlishbeach.com)

 – DAWLISH CAMERAS (Blenheim & San Remo)

00:45 – 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

 – DAWLISH WARREN CAMERA

00:46 – 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

DERBY CAMERAS (In partnership with Rail Operations Group)

06:45 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q11 Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane to Worksop Down Yard

07:15 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q11 Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane to Worksop Down Yard

DONCASTER CAMERA

04:07 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Derby Rtc Serco to Doncaster West Yard

07:10 – GB Railfreight blight engine move (Diesel) – 0D15 Scunthorpe Trent Terminal Complex to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

10:08 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

10:58 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

11:47 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0L61 Thrislington Gbrf to Doncaster Down Decoy Gb Railfreight

12:07 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0Z67 Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

12:33 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

12:41 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G02 Hull to Doncaster

14:38 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

14:45 – DB Cargo Class 67 light engine move for LNER – 0G03 Doncaster to Hull

16:36 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Doncaster West Yard to Doncaster West Yard

22:00 – Colas Rail diesel hauled Network Rail test train – 3Qxx Doncaster West Yard to Derby Rtc Serco

EPPING CAMERA (www.eppingmuseum.com)

FARINGTON JUNCTION CAMERA

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

03:17 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:59 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:37 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

20:17 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

FLITWICK CAMERA

GRATELEY CAMERA (facebook.com/grateleytrains/)

HENSALL CAMERA (kjbmodels.co.uk)

KEIGHLEY CAMERA (kwvr.co.uk)

KIDDERMINSTER CAMERA (www.svr.co.uk)

09:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

11:36 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

14:23 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Bescot Down Side Yard to Barnwood Junction

16:52 – DB Cargo light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Barnwood Junction to Bescot Down Side Yard

NEWARK CAMERAS

NEWBURY CAMERA (icn-ltd.com)

PETERBOROUGH CAMERAS (railworld.org.uk)

 – CAMERA 1

09:43 – GB Railfreight light engine move (Diesel) – 0O65 Peterborough Maintenance Shed Gb Railfreight to Tonbridge West Yard Gb Railfreight

 – CAMERA 2, 3 & 4 

PORTSMOUTH CAMERA 

Camera Offline due to construction work.

PRESTON CAMERA

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

03:01 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:55 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

04:06 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

20:06 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

PRINCES RISBOROUGH CAMERA (chinnorrailway.co.uk)

RYDE ESPLANADE (royalesplanadehotel.co.uk)

SANQUHAR CAMERA (sanquharstation.co.uk)

08:52 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z66 Motherwell Tmd (drs) to Carlisle

12:34 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0Z67 Carlisle to Motherwell Tmd (drs)

23:41 – Colas Rail light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Irvine Caledonian Paper to Carlisle New Yard

SETTLE & CARLISLE LINE CAMERAS

 – GARSDALE CAMERA

11:14 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle

16:49 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

 – HORTON-IN RIBBLESDALE CAMERA

10:52 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle

17:08 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

RIBBLEHEAD VIADUCT CAMERA (In partnership with Settle & Carlisle Railway Properties Ltd/FoSCL & S&C Trust)

10:59 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle

17:01 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

SHEFFIELD CAMERA (Electric Works Sheffield)

SHREWSBURY ABBEY FOREGATE CAMERA (beachifa.co.uk)

ST BEES CAMERA

TEIGNMOUTH CAMERAS

00:42 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1A50 Penzance to Paddington

04:25 – Great Western Railway Class 57 hauled Night Riviera – 1C50 Paddington to Penzance

THANKERTON CAMERA

00:46 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

02:13 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

03:16 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness

06:08 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level

16:14 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

18:13 – West Coast Railways steam pool locomotive hauled ECS – 5Z85 Helensburgh Upper to Carnforth Steamtown

TODMORDEN CAMERA

13:50 – West Coast Railways Class 47/57s – 1Z70 The Spirit Of Travel Lunch (Northern Belle) Crewe to Denton

TYWYN CAMERA (In partnership with Talyllyn Railway)

UPHALL CAMERA

WATFORD CAMERA

00:10 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

06:38 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston 

07:31 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston 

16:04 – GB Railfreight diesel hauled ECS move – 5Q90 Derby Adtranz Litchurch Lane to Wembley Inter City Depot 

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

WIGAN NORTH WESTERN CAMERAS (swanandrailwayhotelwigan.co.uk)

00:30 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1S25 Euston to Inverness 

03:25 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1S26 Euston to Glasgow Central High Level 

03:27 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Lowland sleeper – 1M11 Glasgow Central High Level to Euston

03:40 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z74 Crewe Holding Sidings to Edinburgh Waverley 

04:47 – Caledonian Sleeper Class 92 hauled Highland sleeper – 1M16 Inverness to Euston

08:20 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z13 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Crewe to Carlisle 

19:58 – Locomotive Services Group steam pool locomotive (tnt diesel) – 1Z14 The Fellsman (Saphos Trains) Carlisle to Crewe

20:32 – Locomotive Services Group diesel hauled ECS move – 5Z75 Gleneagles to Crewe Holding Sidings

YORK CAMERAS

 – NORTH (SKELTON JN) CAMERAS

10:21 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

14:57 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

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

08:57 – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx York Parcels Sidings to Huddersfield

14:41  – Direct Rail Services light engine move (Diesel) – 0xxx Huddersfield to York Parcels Sidings

15:02 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0D53 Tyne Sorting Sidings to Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul

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

10:18 – Freightliner light engine move (Diesel) – 0N32 Leeds Balm Road Loco Freightliner Heavy Haul to Tyne Sorting Sidings

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


HERITAGE RAILWAY CAMERAS

CHINNOR & PRINCES RISBOROUGH RAILWAY

(chinnorrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT PRINCES RISBOROUGH

FFESTINIOG & WELSH HIGHLAND RAILWAY

(festrail.co.uk)

Woodland Wanderer, Gelert Explorer & Mountain Spirit – Information at https://www.festrail.co.uk/calendar/

CAMERAS AT PORTHMADOG HARBOUR STATION, MINFFORDD & TAN Y BWLCH

KEIGHLEY & WORTH VALLEY RAILWAY

(kwvr.co.uk)

Pink Timetable – Information at https://kwvr.co.uk/events/

CAMERAS AT HAWORTH, KEIGHLEY & OXENHOPE

LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY

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

Yellow Timetable – Information at https://llangollen-railway.co.uk/timetable/

CAMERA AT GLYNDYFRDWY

NENE VALLEY RAILWAY

(nvr.org.uk)   

Standard Travel – Information at https://nvr.org.uk/calendar.php?jssCart=2edc29c1a66e2e86c713dc7689c22392

CAMERAS AT ORTON MERE & WANSFORD (2)

NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS RAILWAY

(nymr.co.uk)

Bronze Timetable – Information at https://www.nymr.co.uk/Handlers/Download.ashx?IDMF=4b2cfad5-6625-4faf-a8ab-6998d0d9edad 

CAMERAS AT GOATHLAND & GROSMONT

ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY

(rhdr.org.uk)

Home of the Railcam Rambler 

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.rhdr.org.uk/timetables/ 

CAMERAS AT DUNGENESS, DYMCHURCH, HYTHE, NEW ROMNEY (Hythe end & New Romney Shed), NEW ROMNEY (Dungeness end) & ROMNEY SANDS

SEATON TRAMWAY

(www.tram.co.uk)

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.tram.co.uk/calendar 

CAMERA AT RIVERSIDE HALT/DEPOT

SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY

(www.svr.co.uk)

Timetable A (Blue) – Information at https://www.svr.co.uk/whats-on/timetables/

CAMERAS AT KIDDERMINSTER (2),BEWDLEY (2), HIGHLEY & BRIDGNORTH

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 

(southdevonrailway.co.uk)

Heritage Steam Train Experience – Information at https://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/visit-us/whats-on/#june 

CAMERA AT BUCKFASTLEIGH

SPA VALLEY RAILWAY 

(spavalleyrailway.co.uk)

CAMERA AT GROOMBRIDGE

SWANAGE RAILWAY

(swanagerailway.co.uk)

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.swanagerailway.co.uk/calendar 

CAMERAS AT CORFE CASTLE & SWANAGE

TALYLLYN RAILWAY

(talyllyn.co.uk

Green Timetable – Information at https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/timetable 

CAMERAS AT ABERGYNOLWYN, PENDRE WEST, PENDRE YARD*, TYWYN WHARF & TYWYN YARD* (*Showing the activity ‘behind the scenes’ in Pendre Yard & Tywyn Yard)

WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY

(west-somerset-railway.co.uk

Blue Timetable – Information at https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/timetables

CAMERAS AT BISHOPS LYDEARD, BLUE ANCHOR, CROWCOMBE HEATHFIELD, MINEHEAD (2) & WILLITON (2)

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

Start of testing marks major milestone for Avanti West Coast’s new fleet 

The first of Avanti West Coast’s new fleet of trains has entered static testing at Hitachi Rail’s Newton Aycliffe factory in the North East of England.


In a major milestone for the £350m project, carriages from a Class 805 bi-mode train are being coupled together to mark the start of the extensive testing programme ahead of the planned entry into service in 2023. All basic functionality of the train, from brakes to engines, doors to toilets, will be put through their paces prior to the start of dynamic testing later in the year, when the trains will move under its own power for the first time.


The new fleet will be a mix of ten seven-carriage electric trains and 13 five-carriage bi-mode trains, with the ability to switch seamlessly between electric and diesel power. The electric trains (Class 807) will operate between London, the West Midlands and Liverpool while the bi-mode version will be focused on the London to North Wales route.


New images give a first look at the extent of progress on the next generation of intercity trains for the West Coast route.


Phil Whittingham, Managing Director at Avanti West Coast said: “It’s great to see the new trains taking shape. The investment is a key part of our exciting plans to raise the bar for the UK rail industry, and our wider commitment to improve the customer experience and a more sustainable operation.”


The new Hitachi trains offer more space and a quieter journey compared to the diesel-only Voyager trains they replace. This will lead to a 61 percent reduction in carbon emissions.


Customers will also enjoy better and more reliable free Wi-Fi, at-seat wireless charging for electronic devices, plug sockets and USB slots; a brand-new catering offer and a real-time passenger information system that can advise customers of connecting rail services.


Jim Brewin, Head of UK & Ireland at Hitachi Rail said: “Our teams across the UK are working tenaciously to deliver more Hitachi intercity trains, which are proven to boost reliability and performance.


We look forward to Avanti passengers experiencing the transformation that follows the introduction of this brand new fleet.”