Railcam expands KWVR coverage to coincide with the launch of The Railway Children Return

After the success of the first phase of camera installation at the delightful Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, we have returned to expand the coverage, including a world famous location made famous by The Railway Children.

The world premiere of The Railway Children Return took place recently at the Keighley Picture House, with a general release on Friday 15th July. To coincide with this, Railcam and KWVR have teamed up once again to bring you three new cameras along this beautiful heritage railway.

Current cameras at Keighley, Haworth and Oxenhope will be joined by two cameras at Damems Loop and the famous Oakworth station completes our extensive coverage.

Damems Loops is situated just south of Damems station, which is officially the smallest operating passenger station in the United Kingdom.

©Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Small but perfectly formed is a great description of Damems – the Keighley & Worth Valley and Britain’s smallest railway station. Nestling in a wooded section of the Worth Valley, Damems, is now a request stop two miles from Keighley and if you want to board or leave the train here you’ll need to tell one of the train guards so they can instruct the driver to stop.

Although most other stops of this size on the British railway system are called ‘Halts’, Damems (pronounced Dam-ems) qualified for the title of the station because it had its own stationmaster’s house and, in years gone by, sidings that serviced an adjacent mill.

Our cameras are situated at either end of the loop, where we will get great views of the action as the train pass each other.

In comparison to the tiny nature of Damems, our second location should be familiar to many more of you, the home of ‘The Railway Children’, Oakworth.

©Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Besides being one of the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway’s principal intermediate stops Oakworth’s Edwardian-style station has been guaranteed a place in cinematic history from its ‘starring’ role in the Lionel Jeffries 1971 classic film version of Edith Nesbit’s book, ‘The Railway Children’. 

And Oakworth Station remains a ‘must see’ destination for any ‘Railway Children’ buff! The station building with its open fires, Edwardian-style booking office and period advertisements conjures up the hopes that Bernard Cribbins’ character ‘Mr Perks’ is still at work and that Roberta (Bobbie) will still be waiting for the steam to clear to speak those memorable lines: “Daddy, my Daddy!”

Now, 42-years later Oakworth will return to its place on the silver screen as the sequel to that all-time classic film so beloved by generations of families, ‘The Return of the Railway’ children is due for release on the 15th July 2022.

Our camera shows off the station beautifully, with a birds eye view from where you will be able to picture the scenes from The Railway Children films, both old and new…

Oakworth camera will go live on Saturday 16th July with Damems to follow in the coming days…..

You can see more from the World Premiere of The Railway Children Return by visiting the KWVR website here, where you can find behind the scenes photos and interviews featuring the cast and volunteers.

A date for your diary…. Railway Children Bank Holiday Celebration, find out more by clicking here.

This year, a dual celebration will be held over the August Bank Holiday weekend, celebrating the 1970s film “The Railway Children” which shot the KWVR to international stardom and won the hearts of millions. Alongside that, we will be celebrating “The Railway Children Return”, a brand new feature film set for release in the summer of 2022.

©Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Across the bank holiday weekend, see re-enactments and locomotives featured in both films & visit Oakworth Station, the home of the “Railway Children”.

As always we would like to thank our tireless install team of our very our Andrew Jebb, assisted by KWVR’s Adrian, and to the railway for hosting the cameras. We would also like to thank everyone at the KWVR for all their assistance and making us feel very welcome whenever we visit.

Seaton Tramways Award Winning TRAMATHON 12 hour fundraiser returns

Tramathon 2022

 Seaton Tramway is excited to announce its Award winning TRAMATHON Fundraising Appeal, which will see a 12-hour continuous tram trip streamed online to help raise money for the charity and secure the future of the Tramway and its industrial heritage.

 Seaton Tramway is excited to announce its Award winning TRAMATHON Fundraising Appeal, which will see a 12-hour continuous tram trip streamed online to help raise money for the charity and secure the future of the Tramway and its industrial heritage.

TRAMATHON 2022 will operate a bit differently from the previous 2 years.
This year all 12 operational trams* out on the line! As well as the 5 trams in service, the rest of the fleet will be on display at Colyton Station for everyone to look at and get up and close to. 

If you have a tram you like but don’t see it out that often, now is your chance to see it for TRAMATHON 2022!

Colyton Station will transform, and you will be able to go ‘on the tracks’ to walk in and around the trams, with staff and drivers standing by to answer any and all questions you might have. Trams will then periodically swap into service to get a full run of our 3-mile line!

As usual, the team will be on the trams streaming live online, on the Seaton Tramway Facebook all day.

Here is what the 2nd of July will look like,

From 10am Tramathon, as well as the standard 20-minute service will begin.

7 Trams will be on display in rotation at Colyton Station until 5pm. This is the perfect opportunity for you to see all your favourite trams in one day!

4 of 5 stops will be open!

– Colyton Station will be open from 10am – 10pm (Last orders 9:30pm).

– Colyford Station will be open as usual and is now home to the restored Isle of Thanet Shelter which was installed earlier this year.

– Wetlands Halt will be closed, as final construction work is yet to be completed.

– Riverside Halt will be open for one day only as a preview of its eventual opening. The Depot fan will be open to get up close to our maintenance cars, and tram 7 which is currently undergoing restoration!

– Seaton Station will of course be open for standard service until the last Tramathon tram departs at 9pm for its last round trip!

The Tramway celebrated its 52nd year of operating at Seaton and like other heritage railways, 2020 saw an abrupt halt to its income, income that is vital in helping maintain the fleet and track. Railways and tramways like ours are supported by visitors and generous supporters that we love welcoming every year.

With the generosity of donations, the Tramway wants to give back too.

This is why they will be giving away prizes and experiences as they hit fundraising milestones like

– Free Tickets to Seaton Tramway

– Driver’s Eye Experiences,

– Half-Day and Whole Day Tram Driving Lesson

– Prizes donated from our friends at Railcam

All anyone has to do to be in with the chance of winning is to donate a minimum of £5 before July 2nd at 10pm. Full terms and conditions can be found on our website.

Everyone is invited to come and take part in TRAMATHON 2022 in person at Colyton Station, but if you can’t get there then all the fun will will be live at the following links.

FACBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SeatonTramway/live_videos

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/seatontramway/videos

WEBCAM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IamIIRmNniA

Tram.co.uk/Tramathon for all the information on the day.

Railcam Recommends….. The Swan & Railway Hotel at Wigan

Our recently added and hugely popular cameras at Wigan North Western were made possible by Landlady, Shelley and her team at the Swan and Railway Hotel. It is thanks to their kind offer to host the cameras that we can bring you up close and personal to this busy part of the north-west of England.

But the Swan and Railway is more than just a camera host. This delightful hotel boasting views of the WCML and the Wigan North Western platforms, offering fine ales including permanent fixture Bass Bitter, honest food, a great atmosphere and beautiful rooms, including a number with a view of the railway itself.

Built in 1898 this beautiful Victorian pub on Wigan’s Wallgate, immediately opposite North Western Station and just a hundred yards from Wallgate station stands proud retaining many of its original features including a splendid tiled drinking corridor.

We hope we’ve brought you something special as we’ve sought to turn the pub back to how in would have ‘come out of the box’ new in its extravagant Victorian heyday. Bustling and lively but with corners to relax in we hope you enjoy it as a proper pub. At its heart are cask beers served form our magnificent beer engine, complemented by a great range of the finest lagers, stouts, ciders, wines, spirits and a carefully chosen wine list.

Wigan being Wigan we like our pies, so we serve Pieminister pies which are a real treat along with other honest dishes, always with a Vegan option and the best pork pies and Scotch eggs. If you don’t fancy a strong drink we also always offer the best fresh barista coffee or tea and a cake.

If your popping in for a quick escape before or after catching your train don’t worry you can keep an eye on the train times which are on display in the public bar while you read todays papers.

Our ‘Rocket’ juke box is a treat – made in Leeds by the only remaining traditional juke box manufacturer in the world it has a great selection – dig out the Northern Soul if that takes your fancy.

We could hardly call ourselves Wigan’s Original if we didn’t show the Rugby and Football games live and the Rugby League historians amongst you will soon discover why our back room is called the Syd Abram suite.

The Swan & Railway offer accommodation, spread over seven beautifully set out rooms, including two ‘Rail Enthusiast’ rooms, which offer views of the WCML and Wigan North Western railway station.

All rooms have,

  • A luxury en-suite with spacious shower
  • Towel rail razor points
  • Large flat screen TV with Free View
  • Comfy beds with crisp white linen
  • Complementary high speed WI-FI
  • Hospitality tray with kettle, tea/coffee etc
  • Iron, Ironing Board, Hairdryer, Sewing Kit available on request

Check availability and book your stay now by clicking here.

If you are waiting for a train connection or simply passing through and fancy a pint, there aren’t many better places to spend an hour, and with a wonderful selection of local cask ales always available you will be really spoilt for choice. Wines and spirits of course are available, including a large selection of rums and gins. You can check in real time what is on the hand pumps, and also whats in the cellar and even whats coming soon if you are planning a future trip. All this and more is available here.

Feeling peckish? Nothing goes more hand in hand with a pint than a pie, and the Swan & Railway have a wonderful selection of Pieminister pies, including the delicious Moo & Blue. These are served either straight up as a handy snack, or with your choice of mash, peas and/or gravy. If thats not enough, an amazing local patisserie supplies iconic patisserie classic, changing on a weekly basis.

Swan and Railway Hotel Wigan


📍 80 Wallgate, Wigan, Lancashire WN1 1BA

📞 01942 375817

✉️ swanandrailwayhotelwigan@gmail.com

Mon – Thu 12 noon – 11pm, Fri & Sat 12 noon – 12am, Sun 12 noon – 11pm

Stunning images unveiled as Wildlife of the Year arrive in Seaton Tramway

The world-renowned exhibition, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, will open at Seaton Tramway on 11th February featuring exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world. Using photography’s unique emotive power to engage and inspire audiences, the images shine a light on stories and species around the world and encourage a future of advocating for the planet.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the most prestigious photography event of its kind, providing a global platform that showcases the natural world’s most astonishing and challenging sights for over 55 years. Launching in 1965 and attracting 361 entries, today the competition receives over 50,000 entries from all over the world, highlighting its enduring appeal. This year’s award-winning images will embark on an international tour that will allow them to be seen by well over a million people.  

With a record-breaking number of entries from 95 countries, the judges of the fifty-seventh Wildlife Photographer of the Year have had the toughest job yet. Every entry was judged anonymously on its creativity, originality, and technical excellence by an international panel of industry experts.

The winning images, including the prestigious Grand Title Award winners, were announced on 12 October 2021 during an online Awards show. Broadcast live from the Natural History Museum in London, the free event hosted by BBC presenters and wildlife experts Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin and featured photographers, Museum scientists and special guests.

Dr Doug Gurr, Director of the Natural History Museum says,

‘These extraordinary images showcase the rich diversity of life on Earth and spark curiosity and wonder. Telling the story of a planet under pressure, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition illuminates the urgent challenges we face and the collective action we need to take. This year’s inspiring exhibition will move and empower audiences to advocate for the natural world.’

The 100 photos will be on display at Seaton Station from 11th February – 8th April. You can extend your visit by taking a tram trip as well from 19th -26th February, every weekend in March, and 26th March – 8th April. Trams will continue to run until 30th October. Visit tram.co.uk to find out more.

Exhibition information:

Dates and times:

11th February – 8th April.

Seaton Station, EX12 2WD

10am – 4pm

To book tickets: tram.co.uk/WPY57

Prices from: Adult £5, Child 0-15 FREE

Visitor Enquiries: 01297 20375

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London

Model Rail Scotland 2022

Our favourite model railway event of the year is back after falling victim to Covid restriction in 2021, and we can’t wait to get back up to Glasgow and catch up with all the happenings in the model railway scene that have been ticking along through the Covid era….. There has been a lot of buzz around the hobby in recent weeks and months on social media, with manufactures including Accurascale, Bachmann, Cavalex Models and Heljan amongst those bringing new and exciting products to the market.

The Exhibition is returning the SEC Glasgow on the 25th, 26th & 27th of February 2022 and will be open to visitors from;

  • 1030-1800hrs – Friday, 25th February
  • 1000-1800hrs – Saturday, 26th February
  • 1030-1700hrs – Sunday, 27th February

The list of layout and traders is seemingly endless, and there is guaranteed to be something for your layout or collection from traders including Accurascale, Cheltenham Model Centre, DCC Concepts, Footplate, Gaugemaster, JDM Models, Rails of Sheffield, Rainbow Railways, The Model Centre and many many more….

Layouts covering all gauges and eras are also attending, with examples including:

Barton Road (BR Western 1960s-1970s), Glenochil (Central Scotland 1960s) & Tuerland (German Outline) in N gauge.

Beijiao (21st Century Industrial China), 52nd Avenue (American 1950s) & Smartrop (Sweden 1930s) in HO Gauge.

Darlby Lane (British Outline), Blair Athol towards Drumochter (BR 1980s Scotland) & Humphrey Sidings (Southern 1940s) in OO gauge.

Loch Dubh (Scottish Region), Canal Sidings (British Outline) & Hyde Lane (Late 1960s) in O gauge.

A full list of these and many more beautifully built layouts appearing, as well as all the traders, can be found on the Model Rail Scotland website by clicking here.

CLASS 320 EMU Limited Edition Model

To celebrate the return of the show after its enforced absence in 2021, AMRSS Ltd have commissioned a Limited Edition N gauge model of SPT Class 320 306 ‘Model Rail Scotland’ from Revolution Trains.

On 18th  February 1997 at Glasgow Central station SPT Class 320 306 was named ‘Model Rail Scotland’ which was the first occasion when an item of British main line rolling stock had been named after a model railway exhibition and the ceremony launched the introduction of the new Strathclyde Passenger Transport Carmine & Cream livery.

To acknowledge this important part of the shows history AMRSS Ltd have teamed up with Revolution Trains to bring  320 306 Model Rail Scotland back to life in its SPT Carmine & Cream livery as a limited edition model in N gauge. Find out more about our Limited edition 320.

Further information on how to purchase the model at the show will be announced shortly. This model is exclusive to the exhibition and will be available at the show only from the AMRSS Sales stand at a cost of £295.

Advanced tickets are available here and provide the benefit of a saving on the ticket price along with entry 30 minutes earlier than normal opening times

On the door tickets will be available each day of the show from the ticket desk located outside Hall 3 these tickets are priced:

Adult £15 Child £6 Family £32

Railcam ‘Drivers Eye’ Series, West Somerset Railway

Coming this Friday, we begin rolling out the first videos from our West Somerset Railway ‘Drivers Eye’ camera. A total of 20 videos will be premiered over 10 days and will cover the entire railway in both directions, inc. the Norton Fitzwarren run-around.

British Railways Western Region ‘Manor’ Class 4-6-0 No. 7828 ‘Odney Manor’ takes us from Bishops Lydeard to Dunster. The first 8 videos of the series, capture station to station coverage along the line, with 2 videos premiered each day.

The following 12 videos will feature coverage captured from the Diesel and Electric Preservations Groups’s (DEPG) Class 33 ‘Crompton’ locomotives, D6566 & D6575. D6575 will take us from Dunster to Bishops Lydeard, where we hand over to D6566 for the Bishops Lydeard to Bishops Lydeard section via Norton Fitzwarren, featuring the rarely seen by passengers, Norton Fitzwarren run-around.

The videos will premiere twice daily from this coming Friday (24th September), kicking off with part one at 17:00, followed by part 2 at 19:00. This pattern will continue through 10 days as we cover the entire line from the locomotives lamp brackets!

Parts one and two are attached below, and you can keep an eye out for the rest of the series on our YouTube channel here.

Railcam ‘Drivers Eye’ Series, West Somerset Railway feat. 7828 Odney Manor | Part 1 Bishops Lydeard to Crowcombe Heathfield
Railcam ‘Drivers Eye’ Series, West Somerset Railway feat. 7828 Odney Manor | Part 1 Crowcombe Heathfield to Stogumber

Please remember to like and share these videos to help make sure our friends at the West Somerset Railway and DEPG get some of the best coverage for all their efforts in welcoming us to the railway.

Railway Family Prize Draw and Auction 2021

We are delighted to be supporting the Railway Family Fundraiser 2021 with the donation of a couple of highly sought after Railcam Goodie Bags, adding to a simply stunning selection of prizes which are on offer to the lucky winners…..

Head over to https://gofund.me/8786fd36 to show your support and let’s smash that £5,000 target.

How does a trip for 2 in Scotland’s Railway Helicopter over the Forth Bridge sound? Or an amazing experience with LNER in their Simulator Centre! Or an incredible ‘ride out’ with British Transport Police? Or a behind the scenes look at MTR Elizabeth Line? Or for the chance to take some friends on a behind the scenes tour of Hitachi Rail? There are MANY more prizes and experiences like this that we will list in full in the coming days but for your chance to win, donate £10 for every entry you wish to make.

For every £10 you donate, you will be allocated a unique number. On Thursday 16 September, the day of the National Rail Awards, all numbers will be entered and the draw will be shown on social media. Even if you make your donation anonymously, we will be able to see your name and will allocate you your number.

You can enter as many times as you want, over the 6 weeks that the fundraiser will run. Good luck! Our Railway Family has joined forces to give us an amazing array of experiences and prizes. 

But, apart from the chance to win something truly unique, what are you supporting? Why have I set up this fundraiser?

Meet Jack Jarvis, a serving member of the British Army, who will attempt an incredible feat at the end of 2021, where he will row over 5000 miles, from Portugal to Miami, to raise money for CALM and Brainstrust, two causes very close to his heart. The Rail Industry are proud to support this historical and brave effort, continuing a long and proud association with our military forces.

Both industries share a common passion to promote and support mental health… Please read Jack’s personal motivation for undertaking this challenge. And the very best of luck to everyone entering!

Introduction by Jack:

On the 20th November 2007 my Grandad passed away from a brain tumour, I was absolutely devastated. I want to do my bit to help try and find a cure for this awful disease, if I can stop even one family losing someone from this deadly cancer it will be my greatest achievement.

Brain tumors kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer, yet just 1% of the national research spend has been allocated to this devastating disease.

In December 2021 I will row SOLO, 4500 miles across the Atlantic Ocean in order to raise as much money and awareness for BrainTrust & CALM. 

I will battle sleep deprivation, salt sores, dehydration, fatigue and loneliness.

In order to raise money for the crossing I, Natasha and Heather will be doing a fundraiser with our friends across the rail industry with all money going towards the Transatlantic row in support of BrainTrust & CALM.

Your generosity will help get me to the start line and save countless lives.

Helicopter Ride over Forth Rail Bridge in Scotland’s Railway Helicoptor
Cab Ride with Freightliner Driver Heather Waugh
2 lots of 2 tickets for Glasgow Central Tours:

‘Behind the Scenes Tour’, Simulator Experience, and Cab Ride with MTR Elizabeth Line

Tour for up to 8 people at Hitachi’s Newton Aycliffe Facility
Cab Ride with GBRf
‘Ride Out’ with British Transport Police
VIP Tickets to see Tom Jones at SSE Hydro Glasgow on December 5


Seaton Tramway is excited to announce its Award winning TRAMATHON Fundraising Appeal, which will see a 24-hour continuous tram trip streamed online to help raise money for the charity and secure the future of the Tramway and its industrial heritage.

From Saturday 12 Midday 5th June, Seaton Tramway will be going live on Facebook for a continuous  24-hour tram trip between our Seaton and Colyton Stations. This will all be streamed live online for the full 24 hours as we raise money for our charity. 

The Tramway celebrated its 50th anniversary of operating at Seaton in August 2020 and like other heritage railways has seen an abrupt halt to its income that helps keep trams serviced, the track maintained and its future secure. Reopening in 2021 with excitement about new projects and offers for our loyal passengers, bills continue to need to be paid and projects still need completing. Railways and tramways like ours are supported by visitors and generous supporters that we love welcoming every year.

To combat this crisis, we invite everyone to come together in person or in your living rooms to watch our TRAMATHON live. This fundraising appeal will see a continuous 24-hour broadcast live from the tram as it travels between Seaton and Colyton Stations. With a spread of themed departures and never before seen videos about the tramway, this is an event not to be missed. Visitors can get involved by donating directly to the appeal, purchasing special items like Seaton Tramway signs and sections of rail or by joining the Tramathon team live on the trams on one of the trips.

Tickets for the Tramathon trips are on sale now, and include a Tramathon return trip and all day travel on the date of issue. Trips begin at 12 midday, 5th June  with the 24 trips going through the night and ending on arrival at Seaton Station at 12 midday Sunday 6th June. Tramathon 2020 was award ‘Most Innovative Fundraising Idea’ by the Heritage Railway Association at its award ceremony this April.

With the generosity of donations, we want to give back too. Which is why we will be awarding prizes away prizes and experiences as we hit fundraising milestones, like Driver’s Eye Experiences, Half Day and Whole Day Tram Driving Lessons, Free Tickets and a Years Free Travel. All anyone has to do to be in with the chance of winning is donate a minimum of £5 before June 12th to be entered. Prizes will be drawn live on Facebook during the 24-hour TRAMATHON. Full terms and conditions can be found on our website.

In line with our fundraising appeal, we have also launched our new ‘HERO Ticket’ which can be purchased and redeemed as an All-Day Explorer ticket on any day we’re open to the end of December 2021. These tickets are available now and will go towards our TRAMATHON Fundraiser. 

Seaton Tramway has operated from Seaton for 50 years and has seen everything from Snow blizzards to storm washouts but Covid-19 has proved one of the greatest challenges that its ever had to face. 

You can find out more about the giveaways and milestones and how to donate at www.tram.co.uk/tramathon

Midland Mainline Memories – Railcam salutes the iconic HST

The final mainline HST service into London is coming to an end with the launch of the May timetable changes, and we couldn’t let this pass without covering social media with your #MMLMemories.

©Jamie Rowley

The HST has been a mainstay on the Midland Mainline for years, operating to/from St Pancras to the East Midlands, and with the May timetable changes we will be waving goodbye to this icon of high speed train travel in the UK from the Midland Mainline.

©Jamie Rowley

Saturday May 15th will be the final day of HST running on the Midland Mainline, and from now until then we want to see your memories of the mighty Midland Mainline HSTs. There have been some wonderful liveries over the years, perhaps some of the best the HST has ever carried, and we would love to see those over the next couple of weeks…..

©Jamie Rowley

Simply share your photos on social media platforms, (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) using the hashtags #MMLMemories and #HSTonMML, whilst tagging Railcam in your posts (Hey, why not tag East Midlands Railway, WeareEMR and the 125 Group while you’re at it) and lets see as much HST as we can!

©Jamie Rowley

West Coast Railways ‘The Jacobite’ steaming back to life

The launch of our stunning Glenfinnan camera coincides with the return of ‘the greatest railway journey in the world’, The Jacobite.

West Coast Railways Jacobite steam hauled service between Fort William and Mallaig, along the world famous West Highland Line, returns on Monday 26th April with two 84 mile round trip workings per day, 7 days a week, crossing some of the most remarkable scenery Scotland has to offer.

The Jacobite has a global following, in no large part to the feature of the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct and the ‘Hogwarts Express’ in the Harry Potter series of films. Our Glenfinnan camera brings you never before seen LIVE coverage as the The Jacobite snakes its way across the 21-arched Glenfinnan Viaduct which overlooks Loch Shiel and the Jacobite Monument.

When and where can I see the Jacobite?

Our camera broadcasts 24/7 and our YouTube stream offers a 12 hour rewind facility, so if you have missed any of the action during the day, you can simply rewind and enjoy the sights and sound of steam all over again.

Railcam Glenfinnan, Lochaber UK ©Railcam UK Ltd

Times at camera are as follows,

Morning Service:

(Sunday-Friday) 10:50 Fort William to Mallaig, 15:21 Mallaig to Fort William*

(Saturday) 10:50 Fort William to Mallaig, 15:21 Mallaig to Fort William*

Afternoon Service:

(Sunday-Friday) 13:20 Fort William to Mallaig, 18:11 Mallaig to Fort William**

(Saturday) 15:12 Fort William to Mallaig, 19:50 Mallaig to Fort William**

* From Monday 26th April to Friday 29th October

** From Monday 26th April to Friday 1st October

Not in the UK, use The Time Zone Converter.

If you would like to embed our YouTube stream on your website, then please contact us at admin@railcam.uk (email marked ‘Glenfinnan Camera embedding’) and we will provide you with a short accompanying text strap to include. We would love to know where our camera is being seen!

Remember, if you share it, include the hashtag #SawItOnRailcam and tag us on your social media posts.

If you would like a copy of the Glenfinnan camera press release, please contact jamie@railcam.uk marking your email ‘Glenfinnan Press Release’