Tom Curtis's Transport Posts

Airliner possibly leaving Doncaster Sheffield Airport in South Yorkshire England. Picture was taken close to Doncaster.

The World's Last Seagoing Paddle Steamer in the World. Currently cruising Southend , Clacton, Whitstable and the Forts that guarded London during the First…

Arriving at Ingrow Station in West Yorkshire England on the Keighey and Worth Valley Railway. A preserved line that runs on a regular basis between Keighley and…

This is a cycle race that takes place every year now being run in four stages over four days. This picture was taken at the start of stage two at Barnsley in…

Seahouses is a large village on the North Northumberland coast in England. It is about 20 km north of Alnwick, within the Northumberland Coast Area of…

Currently running on the North York Moors Railway in North Yorkshire England UK. Picture was taken as it was coming in to at Grosmont Station.

A Couple of Wrecks at West Mersea in Essex England. Been there for some time by the look of them. Mersea is an Island on the Essex Coast.

On the restored line running from Elsecar Heritage Centre in South Yorkshire England UK. The train is in use at weekends and bank holidays.

A few Military Aeroplanes on display at the Yorkshire Air Museum at the former RAF Elvington in North Yorkshire England.

The Westland WS-61 Sea King is a British licence-built version of the American Sikorsky S-61 helicopter of the same name, built by Westland Helicopters. Use for…

These boats are found on the UK waterways and canals. Often painted in bright colours with matching accessories. There use these days is mainly for pleasure.

Once a popular site in the UK but now these have been restored and running as part of the tourist industry. Some of the well known ones like The Flying Scotsman…
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