Only actual railroad and station photos are included here. Scenery photos are publicly available on my Facebook page (as William Vandervoort).
Glasgow Central Station.
Inside Glasgow Central Station.
Boarding the Virgin Trains "Pendolino" train, capable of tilting around curves and designed for 140 mph. But limited to 125 mph by the British signal system.
Back in London. There, gasoline prices converted to around $6.50 per US gallon. The bus is operated by Arriva, which traditionally painted its buses blue. But in London, a bus of course is traditionally painted red.
Harrow on the Hill, which is both an Underground and a main line railway station. I rode there via the Underground, but rode a Chiltern self propelled diesel commuter train from there into Marylebone Station.