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This is one of my favourites, snatched from a train window during a monsoon in April 2012. We had gone for a weekend to Somerset with some friends, an annual…

So these are just fun shots that I wanted to do... but then turned in to a story in my head... so photos first - story second... I wanted to combine 'steam'…

Just simply a collection of some of my favourite Iceland shots. I have recently started using Affinity for processing and editing. I find it so much better than…

One of our reasons for picking Wales for our holiday was so we could visit the Talyllyn Railway again. We last visited many years ago, although neither of us…

A few days ago I dyed my childhood teddy bear violet. My wife was soon inspired and today we set out to dye a whole raft of items in our house in an attempt to…

Morning Usually, I'm not giving myself any nicer 1 one min for breathing. No no! No in Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday .. etc. until a Weekend. Always in bed to the…

There’s nothing quite like a day at a steam railway when it comes to creating a sense of nostalgia. The Colne Valley and Halstead Railway, our destination today…

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

Today there was trouble at t'office. The loco scheduled for the day had a broken spring on the tender. The replacement diesel could not create enough vacuum to…

The town’s replica of Trevithick’s 1802 Coalbrookdale locomotive running; the original is believed to be the world’s first steam locomotive. Other Museum…

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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.

Just a short stroll around the garden and 3o metres down the lane. There are some winter flowers coming, Hellebore, Wych Hazel, and the Corylus Contorta is…
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