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Hi all, here's another train shot from the other week near Kirkby Stephen.
Cheers for your amazing response to last nights woody shot..........Appreciated
Superb detail - are there two steam trains going in opposite directions ? as there are 2 steam plumes - one from the bridge and the other from the train ?? - excellent.
No Phil..............The train stopped dead just before the tunnel
This is a 'wow' picture for me, Keith!
Excellent in every respect!
And so well presented in postcard form!
That is superb. A streamliner in the snow and working hard.
Lovely capture in the snow
excellent capture keith
A superb capture, really special
The snow and the steam, magic!!! great image.
That's a lot of smoke! Excellently well composed and captured image. Weather rather like we have today by the looks of it.
Very beautiful photograph Brian
Nice Image!! I like it a lot!!
Wish I could have been there to get this myself - great shot Keith
An extremely impressive image, wonderfully composed and captured from a great point of view.
Superb capture Keith. Possibly the best train shot I have seen on here.
Have to agree here with Ron,
really is most impressive
Super image Keith.
Snow adds the "X" factor!
I agree completly
Hi Keith, long time I know. What a wonderful capture of this train. Sure would love a ride on that. Super job as always, really love your work. Will be in the u.K. this year in june. We are having a meet up again with some members love it if you could be there. For details please P.M. me or e-mail. Ann xxx
A spendid railway scene Keith, I like the way you've captured the smoke billowing out
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