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Back in the distant mists of time, 2012, I went on a photo walk with some friends into the deepest darkest recesses of our (the worlds's) industrial past. This…

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Back in the nineties, I came across an old issue of the National Geographic magazine with a picture of an incredibly crowded tram. The picture was taken in…

A small railway junction. Not completely out of use yet but only used when the mainline has maintenance.

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On the suggestion of a friend, my little Lego photographer now has a name – Henri! It seemed appropriate as a tribute to Henri Cartier-Bresson. We took a little…

I wanted to get out of the house today, but couldn’t be bothered to drive anywhere, knowing that most places would be thronging with children on their half term…

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