Elgin East: The vehicles of the Royal Regiment of Scotland were loaded onto a train at Elgin Station - the GNSR one - on 15th August 2019.
Ballater: The wooden extension to the Ballater platform was actually built under the Great North of Scotland Railway period of leasing the Aboyne and Braemar Railway (Deeside Line) when the railway was extended under the Turnpike road to Braemar. It is generally held that no train ever passed under the bridge but is it likely that 'the railway' would invest in a remodelling of the Carriage Dock and other sidings at Ballater Station, which, according to railway accounting records is what happened in 1870, and then never use it?
Prestonpans: LNER DVT 82205, with 'Flying Scotsman' branding, passes a little friend at Prestonpans with the 13.00 to Kings Cross on 13th August 2019.
Hereford: 70000 'Britannia' brings the Saphos Trains 'Welsh Marches Express' into the down passing loop at Hereford on 7th August 2019. The train originated at Preston and is bound for Cardiff before returning later the same evening. D1944 is on the rear.
Saxmundham Junction: A Lowestoft to Ipswich service, formed by 170272, approaches Saxmundham on 30th July 2019. The DMU is at Saxmundham Junction, where the Aldeburgh branch trails in. The presently disused tracks to the Sizewell loading point can be seen to the right of the train.
Monmouth Troy: Just off the Eastern end of the platforms at Monmouth Troy, the railway split to head for Ross-on-Wye (left) or Chepstow (right). The PW hut is original, the brick gatepost more modern. The viaduct on the Chepstow line is deteriorating rapidly, and should be visited sooner rather than later - so long as the steel gates at the station end are open!