On Saturday 25-Nov-2023, LMS Royal Scot Class steam locomotive 46115 “Scots Guardsman” (in British Railways green) visited London Paddington.
LMS Jubilee class 45596 “Bahamas” in BR livery leaving London Paddington with The Railway Touring Company’s “The West Somerset Steam Express”.
Southern Railway 35018 “British India Line”, passes Finsbury Park station on 15th July 2023, with a special from London Kings Cross to York.
Southern Railway Merchant Navy Pacific 35018 “British India Line”, slows to negotiate Clapham Junction on Sunday 9th July 2023.
Just North of Saint Pancras railway station is a railway water tower which was moved as part of the Eurostar redevelopment.
Black 5 Steam Engine 44932 passes Bethnal Green station hauling the Great Britain XV tour on the approach to London Liverpool Street.
Just before 22:00 on 22nd April 2023, 34046 “Braunton” returned to London Victoria from Winchester with the Steam Dreams steam special.
Every year, the London Festival of Railway Modelling brings a huge number of model railway layouts and trade stands to Alexandra Palace in North London.
John Jock Christie VC, LNWR Parcels Clerk, remembered by a plaque on one of the black columns in Euston railway station.
Every Friday evenings, outside of winter, the Great Western Railway Paddington Band play to a transitory audience of commuters and long distance travellers.
On the evening of 18th February 2023, LMS Jubilee class “Galatea”, running as 45627 “Sierra Leone”, brought a special train into London Paddington.
Exploring, with London Transport Museum’s Hidden London tours, the disused Jubilee Line platforms at Charing Cross and two dark tunnels.
On 6th December 2022, LMS “Black Five” 44871 brought The Railway Touring Company’s “Sherborne Christmas Carol” back to London Victoria.
On Saturday 3rd December, the LMS steam locomotive brought a special Railway Touring Company train back into Kings Cross.
Steam engine “Flying Scotsman” visits King’s Cross, October 2022.
A tour around London Underground’s Shepherd’s Bush station’s disused, and reused, tunnels and shafts.
The Kingsway Tram Tunnel was used until the end of London’s trams in 1952, carrying trams down to the Embankment to serve the South.
To mark the 150th birthday of “Poplar”, the locomotive came to London for local children to see a real life steam engine and climb on board.
A tour with Hidden London of Euston Underground station’s disused tunnels, complete with old 1960s advertising posters.
Sleeper trains are a very civilised way of travelling long distances. The Night Riviera runs between London and Cornwall.
Preserved steam locomotive Merchant Navy Class 35028 “Clan Line” at London Victoria 24th November 2018 with it’s train of Pullmans.