Darlington has a history that is heavily tied up with that of the development of railways in Britain. As an acknowledgement of this a sculpture of a a railway engine with a plume of smoke was constructed out of bricks on the edge of the town and can be seen by passing motorist to advertise the historical connection. At Easter we took a walk over to the train and stood on top of it on a viewing platform in early evening light, which emphasised the contours of the sculpture and the many thousands of bricks that make it up. A bit of arty tweaking in PS.
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