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Nice retro railway shot, Sue. Evocative of an era.
Best wishes, Pete.
I loved that shot…only decent one
Lovely shot Due; there are so many possible stories contained in it.
Thanks, Su! I love luggage from a past era, and this shot was a gift because of that sunlight landing in just the right place!
I know what you mean. I wonder if in future people will look at backpacks and pink Samsonite cases with quite the same nostalgia.
sorry, Sue. The downside of small tablets and fat fingers
Teehee, I guessed as much!
All forlorn but lovely 🙂 🙂
I love old railway stuff!
Your day out on the Bluebell line has produces lots of delightful subjects for your lens! I remember going on it with my eldest grandson and his new sister – he would have been 2 yrs old – he is now 16 and 6ft 4″
He loved trains then.
Well, I went with my friend and her husband, and we picked up their 9 year old son who is volunteering on the line….mad about trains!