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Welcome to Jamie Squibbs Photography

60055 powering 6Z53 1118 Oxford Banbury Road to Newton Abbot Hackney Yard at Cockwood Harbour on 17 March 2022  Class60, DCRail, RivieraLine

Welcome to a railway photographic website by Jamie Squibbs. Thank you very much for visiting and I very much hope you enjoy your visit. I am in my mid-20s and I am very passionate about railway photography. I grew up near the Bishton flyover in South Wales, before spending 3 years studying Geography at Loughborough University in the East Midlands. I then moved to Twickenham in 2016 so recent additions will be mainly based around London and the South East.  I love to spend my free time travelling around the British Isles and visiting new places, photographing anything railway related. Growing up, predominantly my interest in railways accentuated on the old Diesel locomotives. However, overtime my interest has shifted to capturing the entire Modern traction scene and finding picturesque locations to picture trains. 

My Current camera is a Canon 5D MKIII but I have also used a Canon 6D, 7D, 40D and 350D. I also occasionally use a 7m telescopic pole for extra height. I have moved this website from my old website to make it more presentable and easier for viewers. For optimum viewing, please press F11 to view this website in full screen. Please note that all photographs on this website are the sole copyright of Jamie Squibbs and may not be used elsewhere without prior written permission from me. If you would like a photograph (in low or hi-res) for either commercial or personal use, Please contact me using the above menu link. This website is still very much a work in progress and many photographs are yet to be uploaded or transferred into their relevant categories. Please do ask if you have any specific requests, feedback or any suggestions. I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who has provided me with operational and photographic information and who has kept me company lineside over the years. Many thanks Jamie

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