GBRf Class 66, Broxbourne 66706 "Nene Valley", one of the batch of Class 66 locomotives operated by GB Railfreight, heads a northbound ballast train through Broxbourne station on 31 July 2004.
Class 90 at Broxbourne During the summer of 2004, the direct line between Norwich and London was blocked by work to increase the headroom in Ipswich Tunnel. As a result, some Norwich - London trains were diverted via Cambridge, bringing electric locomotives to the London - Cambridge line after an absence of many years. This is 90018, on hire from EWS to 'one' Anglia, passing through Broxbourne with the 07.51 Norwich to Liverpool Street on 31 July 2004.
Class 375 at Hastings 375616 at Hastings on 29 March. The Class 375 trains (and the similar 376 and 377) began working on the Southern 3rd-rail network from 2002, as part of the programme to replace all Mk1 passenger stock in regular service.
Class 37 at Poppleton An innovation by Arriva Trains Northern during 2003 and 2004 was the use of a loco-hauled train on the Settle-Carlisle route and for a commuter working between Leeds and Knaresborough. This picture shows the evening empty stock working, from Knaresborough to Knottingley, passing through Poppleton station on 5 August 2004. 37408 "Loch Rannoch" is at the front of the train, while 37698 is at the rear (out of sight). The driver is handing the token for the Hammerton - Poppleton single line section to the signalman.

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