We love seeing your fantastic pictures of the railway, from all over Britain!

Our regular picture competition on Twitter invites you to submit your striking images. Our followers then vote for their favourite as our new header image.

Here are 10 of the most liked winners of 2020:

1 – The year's overall winner was @gj37425 with this photo of DB Cargo UK hauling a railhead treatment train between Easterhouse and Coatbridge. It's ready to treat the railway for the autumn leaves!

Image credit: @gj37425

2 – The Forth Bridge near Edinburgh is one of the most loved rail bridges in Britain so it's no wonder @dantetstall took second place with this stunning with photo taken from South Queensferry harbour.

Image credit: @dantetstall

3 – Thanks to @Coastway_Will for this foggy scene surrounding Newhaven!

Image credit: @Coastway_Will

4 – We love historic railway pics! @hunterofhistor1 took fourth place with this fantastic edit of platform eight at London Liverpool Street station, 1950 vs 2020!

Image credit: @hunterofhistor1

5 – Fifth place went to @Travel_scottish with this crisp photo of a London North Eastern Railway Azuma train in North Berwick.

Image credit: @Travel_scottish

6 – Night scene? Check. Cranes? Check. Wagons of ballast? Check. All thanks to @73A_Photo with this fantastic photo of track renewals at West Hampstead station, taken at Neasden.

Image credit: @73A_Photo

7 – @73A_Photo certainly likes a yellow train! Thanks for this fab pic of a freight train carrying ballast at London King's Cross station!

Image credit: @73A_Photo

8 – The Ribblehead Viaduct forms part of one of our most scenic lines, the Settle-Carlisle Railway. Thanks to @SetCarVolunteer with this wonderful photo of the bridge, complete with a Carlisle-bound service!

Image credit: @SetCarVolunteer

9 – A sunrise over the railway is the best way to start the day! We love this entry from @TheAvondale91, shot at Manchester Piccadilly station.

Image credit: @TheAvondale91

10 – Newhaven appeared twice in the top 10! @iamhankhamTS took this lush scene of Newhaven as seen from Bishopstone station.

Image credit: @iamhankhamTS

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