High Speed Diesel Train Photographs

The prototype HST took part in the Rail150 celebrations at Shildon at the end of August 1975, seen here with a large crowd of fascinated onlookers. Peter Fox

The one that got away: seen outside the workshops of BR Research, Derby, the second power car (41002) was scrapped in 1990 after a period in departmental service. Peter Fox

On 29 March 2012 41001 is seen inside Neville Hill depot, Leeds, during the time it was being returned to serviceable condition. Tony Shaw 41001 where it was for many years – on display in the NRM York, as seen on 5 August 2009. Robert Pritchard
41001 working “The Screaming Valenta” during a photo stop at Rushcliffe Halt on 15 November 2014. Robert Pritchard East Midlands Trains 43045 and 41001 shunting at Ruddington on 15 November 2014, 41001’s return to service. Andy Barclay 41001 unusually running blunt end first at Rushcliffe Halt, returning to Ruddington during the 125 Group’s AGM on 18 June 2016. Andy Barclay 41001 at Bo’ness during the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway’s diesel gala on 23 July 2016. Andy Barclay