Railway Photography by Paul Robertson
Welcome to Toton-Rail, this site was last updated on 28/02/2014
RIP Mike McCormac who sadly passed away in January, thanks for the inspiration Mike..
To see Mike's excellent Blurb book that he put together during the last weeks of his life, click here
I have invested in a new bit of photography kit, a photographers pole & remote equipment which is giving a new lease of life and viewpoint on old locations...
Please click on a link on the index to the left to view images by class, recently taken, or the specific subject.
All photographs on this website are the copyright of Paul Robertson or the guest photographer stated, images may be downloaded for personal use but must not be added to or displayed on other websites, or published in any form without permission, any breach of copyright will be followed up with relevant legal action.
I decided that Toton-Rail needed a bit of a refresh, work is still ongoing with the majority of photos that were on the old site now transferred onto here, but a lot of work remains to get the captions copied over, so please bear with me whilst this is ongoing. All loco photos can now be found in the class pages whether they are my own, a guest photographer or part of my collection. Loco numbers are shown and they are obviously listed in number order so searching for a particular loco should be straightforward. This new site is a little easier to upload new shots to, so hopefully will be less time consuming for me, so will hopefully allow more frequent updates than of late....
Opinions and views expressed on this website are my own and do not represent the views of other individuals or companies unless specifically stated. The images have all been taken by myself unless otherwise stated as a guest photographer or as PRC (P.Robertson collection), and have been taken with relevant permissions and authority where taken from non public locations.
I would like to express my thanks to those that have provided information on train running via use of railway gen groups, and individuals who have assisted me in the past. And thanks to those that make being at the line side or on photo charters a pleasure, without having a laugh and a bit of a social the hobby wouldn't be half the hobby it is. And finally thanks to my long suffering family for putting up(?) with my railway addictions..
P.Robertson February 2012. Contact Toton-Rail admin!