Reader Photo Round Up: Colin, David and Jason


We asked Rail Express readers to share some of their rail photography from this week. Here are some of our favourites!

Colin Wareing

Photo by Colin Wareing.

Colin took this rainy photo this Monday, showing the DB Cargo diesel locomotive 60074 caught in a downpour as it leaves the Millford Tunnel between Duffield and Belper in Derbyshire.

Colin is the captain of the Wool Boat, a canal narrow boat which sells wool and yarn. He is also a writer and freelancer photographer. You can see more of his photography by following him on Twitter: @ColinWareing1

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David Cooper

Photo by David Cooper.

David’s photo shows the IR1129 ready for it’s 9:58 journey from Chur to St Moritz in Switzerland, via Thusis. David appeared in our Reader Round Up two weeks ago, when he shared a picture taken in Germany. David has been on a month long interail trip through Europe in celebration of his 60th birthday. He documented every train he took along the way, and the pictured train was his 23rd of the month.

David’s now back from his travels. He visited 8 countries, travelled on 36 trains, and covered 3,437 miles! You can look back at his whole trip and keep up to date with what he does next by following him on Twitter: @david_g_cooper

Jason Marriott

Photo by Jason Marriott.

Jason shared this picture with us on Thursday, showing ‘Joanne’, GB Railfreight shed 66776, stopped briefly for a red light signal at Thirsk on the East Coast Main Line.

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Jason shares his photography on his Twitter account. He’s not just interested in trains, but also aviation, buses, ships and trucks. You can give him a follow @JasonMarriott35

Thank you to everyone who shared their pictures with us this week – we loved seeing them! If you would like to be featured next week, share your rail photography on social media and give us a tag!

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