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Seriously - it was! Until the engine decided to blow and drown out the Reverend even with the loudspeakers on. Deafening roar when the valves open!
A blessing of the volunteers, station (Bishops Lydeard) and of Tornado on the West Somerset Railway, with the driver saying 'I didn't touch it'.
Not the best but for a really quick snatch I managed a couple of snaps, the second one I missed 'the Father' caught 'the Son' but missed the 'Holy Ghost'!
Amused me anywaySmile

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Title:A very serious moment in time ...
Uploaded:11 Oct 2009 - 6:09 PM
Tags:General, Humour / fun, Transport
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maggieh  7 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2009 - 6:15 PM

Bless you my son - 2 great images full of fun.


Love these images, Bev, a reminder of Somerset for me. Carol


Amusing, may the train have a good journey!

mars  8 England
20 Oct 2009 - 9:48 AM

Thats a bright and happy shot where everyone has a smile on their face ....you were obviously looking down from on high !



Looks a bit like a scene or two from the Immortal Father Ted, Bev. Good for you Wink

9 Nov 2009 - 11:00 PM

Two interesting shots, I think trains are much more popular in GB than in Germany!

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