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This structure is in fact the elevated railway coming in or leaving out ,to or from, our magnificent railwaystation of Antwerp. It leads straight out of the…

I made an exciting journey today, to Norfolk to see my Uncle Dave. He offered to lend me his Rolleiflex 2.8F camera as he hasn’t used it for many years and felt…

Abandoned a Second Time or just waiting for the next job? These are two old railway lines that reached the end of their useful lives as their primary function.…

As I headed west through Paddington Station today I naturally stopped to take a few photos as I whiled away some time between trains. Using my medium format…

There are a few of these original track side huts, where staff could shelter from the weather and enjoy a few minutes respite from the weather

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The locomotives are black. The coal is black. The tracks are black. The night is black. So what am I going to do with colour? O. Winston Link

The Railroad was extremely important to small towns in rural America. North Dakota farmers feed many in the world.

After yesterday’s journey to Norway, it was down to business today, with the Parnassian Ensemble. We spent a couple of hours this morning rehearsing our concert…

Two railway photos in two days – this is getting to be a habit! I headed to the local train station again this evening, this time travelling to Norway for a…
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