Vintage Trains

July 16, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

Finally just when I needed it there was Sun!

Whilst all the time inside has enabled me to get caught up, this Sunday I had plans. At the Worth Valley they were running the newly restored 'Coal Tank' in its new LNWR livery for the first time since overhaul and right on cue the weather forecast gave a good prediction.

The result was that we got to see a proper Edwardian scene 'The Railway Children' would have been proud of!

 

This particular visit also gave me time to get to Keighley and get some shots of the tough climb out of the town. A shot I've not previously managed to get.

 

DSC_3218 Also in action during this visit was the Worth Valleys current flagship engine, 4F 43924. Please find the full gallery at KWVR Vintage Trains.

On another note, as previously mentioned the bad weather up to this date has enabled me to get properly caught up. This means that the 'Isle of Skye' gallery is now finally up!

That completes the Scotland galleries for the time being.  With the fond memories we now have of the country I don't think it will be too long before we venture that way again. The full collection can be found at 'Scotland'.

Please remember that any photo you see on this website can be bought in many different formats, from prints to mugs, from canvas's to mousemats. All for very competitive prices, and this is the only place you will find them!

I'd also be glad to hear your thoughts and feedback about the website so far. Its over a year since since this particular site was born, ideas for the future are welcome.

 


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