Do you see voyager at water orton, what route do they take?For freight Water Orton is good too - also a mix of 170s and Voyagers, though nowhere near as many trains passing through as New St etc. Its sparse service itself also makes getting there slightly tricky too, but worth it if you want peace from the public and people-free pictures.
Any services to Derby and Yorkshire / the North East / Scotland run via Water Orton, so it's your hourly Plymouth-Edinburgh and hourly Reading-Newcastle trains (plus any HSTs on the former). They branch off immediately after the station for the Fast Line to Tamworth usually, though some run via Coleshill (but it's a PSUL move from there to Tamworth).Do you see voyager at water orton, what route do they take?
I think most if not all of what goes through Moor Street also goes through Tyseley where you can also see Voyagers which take the loop near Small Heath into New Street + there are a few freights too.You can see units stabled on Tyseley Depot from the platform (Take bins for these).Birmingham Moor Street and Snow Hill also provide a good load of trains with Chilterns and a lot of Class 172s