Railshots by Peter Slater

Slideshow

Gallery Categories

Diesel and Electric Locomotives

285 galleries with 10247 photos

Updated: Jun 24, 2015 4:49pm BST

HSTs and Units

32 galleries with 3480 photos

Updated: Jun 24, 2015 4:47pm BST

Main Line Steam

18 galleries with 389 photos

Updated: Jun 14, 2015 3:05pm BST

British Railways Steam

14 galleries with 176 photos

Updated: Jun 28, 2015 11:24pm BST

West Somerset Railway

14 galleries with 862 photos

Updated: Jun 08, 2015 7:15pm BST

British Railways Diesels and Electrics

2 galleries with 4 photos

Updated: Jun 28, 2015 4:23pm BST

Brownie box camera shots

1 gallery with 9 photos

Updated: Jun 29, 2015 10:36pm BST

Your Bio

Welcome to http://www.railshotsuk.com. This site is likely to remain a work in progress because I have railway photographs dating back to 1963 to scan and upload, hopefully over the next couple of years, and am constantly adding to my collection. Meantime, have an enjoyable and interesting visit. I can be contacted on peterrslater@hotmail.co.uk. Pete Slater, Devon, December 2010.
PS: Look out for a book Bristol photographer Dave Gower and I have published through Blurb. It's called Sixties along the Severn and Wye and it can be found in the online Blurb Bookstore. It contains pictures of all 100 Class 60s at work on the scenic stretch of line hugging the Severn and Wye estuaries between Gloucester and Severn Tunnel Junction.
PPS: I finally started to scan the myriad slides in my collection in early 2014 and by June, 2015, had completed the 350 or so boxes, each containing around 36 pictures of variable quality. In doing so, I occasionally come across shots taken by my late brother Geoff, who became interested in railway photography at Manchester University in the 1960s and continued taking the odd picture into the 1980s. These will be dropped into a gallery called the Geoff Slater Collection in the Diesel and Electric Locomotives category. In June, 2015, I started scanning my collection of B&W 35mm and Brownie box camera negatives, dating from 1963.
Railshots UK by Peter Slater