Aveling & Porter locomotive, No 807, in the Museum Building ay Buckinghamshire Railway Museum, Quainton, 17.7.2019. This locomotive, built in Rochester, Kent, by a company who are better known for their traction engines.
Ruston & Hornsby 0-6-0DH, Works Number 459578, built 1961 for the Ministry of Defence and numbered 423 by them. Since being demobbed from the army it has had a number of homes and liveries, now in its original appearance at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, 17.7.2019
The 'front office' and 'boiler room' of the 172 year old London and North Western Railway locomotive 3020 Cromwell standing in the train shed of the re-erected Oxford Rewley Road station at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, 17.7.2019.
GWR 94XX class 0-6-0PT pannier tank hauling a mixed working on the Didcot Railway Centre demonstration line, 30.4.2016. The locomotive was built to a Great Western Railway design by Robert Stevenson's Hawthorn, Newcastle Works in 1951.
GWR 48XX/14XX class 0-4-2T locomotive 1466, built at Swindon February 1936. Currently on static display at Didcot Railway Centre, Oxfordshire, being in need of a major refurbishment estimated to cost £150,000. Painted in black BR livery in June 2013 as part of a photo-charter. Photo taken 30.4.2016
A beautifully painted and lined driving wheel on the South East & Chatham Railway H-class locomotive number 263, built 1905 at the SE&CR works, Ashford, Kent. Photographed 25.11.2017, at the Warley National Model Railway Exhibition, NEC, Birmingham where it was on static display.
Hartford & Slocomb Railroad locomotive No. 913, an Alco RS-1 built in 1950 as one of ten originally for the Atlanta and St Andrews Bay Railroad. Photographed at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, Chattanooga, 10.9.2017