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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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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…

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