The photographs displayed here were taken from public areas, public rights of way, or from private property with permission from the owners, including track-side passes as appropriate. One should not assume that such access remains available, or that similar photographs could be obtained today. Indeed, many of the locations featured here have changed significantly since the photographs were taken. Trees and bushes grow unchecked in many locations while communications masts and other structures obscure others. Some bridges used as vantage points have had wire 'caging' or higher parapets fitted, and some have been removed altogether. Public rights of way are also subject to change, and one should not assume that access is available or that permission to take photographs will be granted. I can therefore accept no responsibility for time or money wasted reaching these locations or for any loss or damage caused. Finally, please bear in mind that trespass on railway property is a serious offence which can be highly dangerous and lead to a criminal record. Instances of trespass are also likely to result in trains being delayed and, eventually, to the erection of more unsightly security fencing which will ruin 'legal' views of the line from public areas.