Anything thats preserved in the UK. Works in progress welcomed too.
To record and celebrate these small powerful vessels, which are essential to the safe operation of ports and the safety of ships in difficulties at sea.
Pictures of this relatively small class.
(Banner picture by Kevin Smith, UK)
This is a collection of photographs, videos and ephemera of the Southern Railway and its constituent companies. The aim is to record locomotives, rolling stock, buildings and equipment built (or designed) in the prenationalisation period. Photos of locos and rolling stock still in use in the British Railways period and subsequently in heritage railway use are very welcome. Please place rolling stock built in the British Railways period and in the current Southern Railway era with groups for tho…
The group aims to collect material - photos, drawings, maps, ephemera related to the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway. As the lines on which this railway ran virtually disappeared in the 1960s and very few diesels were ever seen on it, photos from all periods will be welcome, even ones of 7Fs strangely painted in Prussian Blue.
The group's website address is www.ipernity.com/group/sdjr
This group aims to collect photographs of the LNER and its constituent companies, their locomotives, rolling stock, buildings and other items of interest. The company existed from 1923, when it was formed by the grouping together of smaller railway companies on the eastern side of England and Scotland, until 1948, when all the mainline railways in the UK were nationalised. Photos of LNER locos and stock still running after nationalisation will be welcomed, but please place photos of later stock…
This is a group to collect photographs of the Great Western Railway, its locomotives, rolling stock, stations and other items of interest. The GWR was one of four large railway companies, formed by grouping together smaller railway companies from across England, Scotland and Wales, in 1923. The GWR was the only company pre-grouping company that retained its name, absorbing mainly small companies. It operated across south-west England, Wales and parts of the Midlands, with its London terminus at…
All photographs of traction engines welcome.
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Show your best Military Aviation photos
Pictures of departmental and engineers' trains, a wide range including:
An engineers' train (such as the EWS 66 hauled Hinksey Yard-Bescot Yard Civil Engineers Sidings (6M28) which I see locally) can look nondescript - it helps if you can identify the working in the photo description.
A place to exhibit any BR images taken prior to 1997 and not necessarily your own images as they could be from another family member. However, please ensure that you own the copyright of any image posted to this group.
Limiting submissions to ones own photographs would essentially restrict the group to individuals who are long in the tooth, when there are so many interesting views out there and which may have been handed down the generations.
However, please give credit to the original photogr…
ANY VIEWS OF HST'S TRAINS WELCOME AT SPEED OR IN STATIONS DEPOTS ETC
Vehicles operated by Royal Mail, British Telecom and its predecessor General Post Office; past; present and preserved. Also includes contractors vehicles
Diggers, dozers, handlers, scrapers, concrete mixers, wheeled, tracked or on a stand. Any machine used in the making of roads, buildings and any other structure, all welcome!
To showcase all things of an old car nature be they beautifully restored classics or rusty old hulks. So the quality of the vehicle doesn't really matter, but that doesn't mean we're not fussy when it comes to the photographs.
So let's see what you got, but bear in mind any low quality 'phone type snaps' will be deleted as will any that bring with them a trail of unnecessary 'spam' and that includes as far as this group is concerned 'flag counters', 'awards', 'flashing icons' and 'seen in' st…
To capture the last resting place of men and women who fought and died across the world. Single headstones and whole cemetery photos welcome from across the world regardless of nationality or conflict, recent or old. Memorials that remember those who died are also welcome both large or small.
Hastings is a town and borough in the local government county of East Sussex, within historic Sussex, on the south coast of England.
In historical terms, Hastings can claim fame through its connection with the Norman conquest of England; and also because it became one of the medieval Cinque Ports. Hastings was, for centuries, an important fishing port; although nowadays much reduced, it still has the largest beach-based fishing fleet in England. All photos from Hastings and St Leonards are wel…
Any machines (working, resting or quietly rusting away) related to farms and agriculture- tractors, combines, silaging equipment, ploughs, cultivators, harrows, trailers, rollers, mowers, you name it!