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mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.7k 2376 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2011 7:48AM
Takes me to a different world. Trains with separate compartments and corridors - today's democratic carriages just aren't the same. The suitcase does look lost - maybe it cannot remember which compartment it belongs to? Oh dear, I'm rambling, it's age. Good one, Doug. I like the angle of the case against all those verticals.
Moira
barbarahirst 12 27 12 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2011 8:03AM
I remember this one and it works so much better in mono for me
franken Plus
18 5.2k 4 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2011 8:23AM
I also remember this one Doug; mono gives at a different appeal and I prefer it to the colour.

regards

ken
AnnChown 11 207 1 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2011 8:33AM
I haven't seen it, but I love the b&w; will have to look for the colour version. I remember these carriages all too well (spent many a happy hour commuting in them - and standing in the corridors!! Sad
Ann
Richsr 13 91 223 England
9 Dec 2011 8:38AM
Works in mono Doug.
Regards Richard
LesF 14 182 9
9 Dec 2011 9:40AM
Asks a lot of questions this image which is good, you make up your own mind about the suitcase been their..

Looks good in mono also


LesF
SlowSong Plus
12 9.5k 30 England
9 Dec 2011 9:48AM
Lovely. Agatha Christie springs to mind. These days the case would've been blown up by security by now.
Chris
Joline Plus
14 30 59 United States
9 Dec 2011 12:21PM
Quietly telling its story.
Excellent use of composition and mono.
woolybill1 Plus
14 36 76 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2011 1:37PM
This excellent mono leaves the colour behind, in my opinion; just as the owner has left the briefcase.
The slight, dispersed are of light on the case is important; even more so is the shadow. A classy photo.
Regards
Bill

I have just noticed that the catches are up but the lid is closed: does that make the mystery an open and shut case????
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 18 Canada
9 Dec 2011 1:51PM
What a mystery this is. Love the mono. It looks ready to split open any minute and reveal something of great importance.............Sandy
Briwooly 15 454 6 England
9 Dec 2011 5:22PM
Love it Doug mono for me spent a lot of time in corridors like that in the late 60s early 70s

Brian.................
213hardy 12 719 England
9 Dec 2011 8:34PM
Very nicely done.

Den
AnneWorner 13 620 43 United States
9 Dec 2011 8:41PM
From a set from a Sherlock Holmes movie Smile
wyatturp 15 2 England
9 Dec 2011 9:31PM
Thank you all so much for your comments - good to read. The pictures does asks questions and that's what I like about it. Yes I agree with you all - works better in mono. I must get a print done for the wall.

Have a nice weekend..


DougSmile
luceombra 9 27 5 Italy
12 Dec 2011 7:50AM
A full story in one image. I can image a number of situations starting from this wonderful picture.
wyatturp 15 2 England
13 Dec 2011 9:13PM
Thanks Al
tony64 17 204 9 England
16 Dec 2011 3:43PM
I find this quite troubling!
Is it a bomb? Who left it? When will it be picked up?
Asks lots of questions.
I think another upload of the empty carriage might soothe my nerves!
Tony
Mavis 19 143 2 England
22 Dec 2011 9:46AM
Now if that was left in N/Ireland a bomb Squad would take it away and blow it up ! A good photograph of times gone by . I can remember sitting on my case because there were no seats left !xxx
wyatturp 15 2 England
23 Dec 2011 8:06PM
Do not worry this was taken at a Railway Museum


Doug Thanks for your time..

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