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Gathurst, as can be deduced from the name, is an old settlement. The name is Old English and probably means “wood where goats are kept”. Hyrst = wood. These are…

I've posted a few items recently featuring Penrhos Cutting and rail yard (with the big puddles) so, I thought I'd add some historical background for those of…

Took a walk up to an old tunnel entrance, on the opposite side of the valley. We often walk on the old railway bed down from Caerphilly. The track bed ends…

With the history of railways in the UK, there is much history to photograph as you travel around. Penmaenpool railway station at Penmaenpool in Gwynedd, North…

One of the most iconic places to visit in Yorkshire. The weather and the light are different every time you visit so there is alway something to inspire. If…

Currently running on the North York Moors Railway in North Yorkshire England UK. Picture was taken as it was coming in to at Grosmont Station.

Once a popular site in the UK but now these have been restored and running as part of the tourist industry. Some of the well known ones like The Flying Scotsman…

This may look like an airport concourse, but in fact it's the rather beautiful TGV (high-speed train) station in Avignon from where my daughter goes to see her…

thought I would try some changes to photographs, inspired by the shots I have seen on photoblog. I have photoshop elements 6 on my computer but have generally…

On the way from Kerala to Andhra Pradesh via train with my friends.. i always love the journey, it lasts like 24 hours and is always eventful, what with the…
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