Class 31 no. 283 heads north at Berwick-upon-Tweed with a freight train of empty aggregates' wagons in 1988.
01 Nov 1988
Class 31 no. 283 heads south at Berwick-upon-Tweed station with a freight train of aggregates in 1988.
Class 37 no. 035 crosses the Royal Border bridge at Berwick-upon-Tweed heading north with a freight train of hydrocyanic tanks in 1988.
The 08.00 London King's Cross to Edinburgh The Talisman HST crosses the Royal Border bridge at Berwick-upon-Tweed in the autumn of 1988.
A deadly cargo! Perhaps the most lethal cargo ever carried on British Rail. A train of hydrocyanic tanks from Haverton Hill ICI Teeside awaits a clear road ahead at Berwick upon Tweed station. The train is hauled by Class 37 No. 035 on its way north to Scotland.
The 09.00 London King's Cross to Edinburgh train approaches Berwick upon Tweed station after crossing the Royal Border bridge in the autumn of 1988. The leading HST power car is 43159.
Photo set: British Rail Scotland in the 1980s and early 1990s (150 photos)