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20 Mar 2014 7:54PM
Great looking shot . full of interest ...Well produced Best Wishes AlanGrinGrinGrinGrin

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feen96 3 314 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2014 7:56PM
Cheers Allan, can't go wrong with a big Kids train set SmileSmileSmile
LynneJoyce Plus
9 20 99 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2014 8:34PM
This is a fascinating shot that tells a story without description.
feen96 3 314 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2014 8:47PM
thanks Lynne
21 Mar 2014 8:26AM
Nice capture. pity about the car being parked where it is.
Dave
feen96 3 314 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2014 1:47PM
I know Dave, but There is no way I can photo-shop it out, and it would spoil the photo if I cropped it
Chinga Plus
6 3 1 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2014 4:01PM
Wonderful metalic on show! Good image...
IB
feen96 3 314 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2014 5:27PM
Thanks Isabel
25 Mar 2014 7:12PM
Head to head; steam v diesel - steam for me!
The skills involved in the creation of these engineering feats are , rarely fully appreciated!
An excellent image, Alan!
Regards,
Richard
feen96 3 314 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 7:27AM
Your right there Richard, I was hooked on steam even BEFORE I got my first Mamod Traction Engine, Dad, who had an 11" gauge model train in the garden, took me to the last mainline run of the Flying Scotsman and I think these things stick in the mind and come to the fore whenever you see a locomotive
Cheers
Pete

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