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Taken on a Dundee Photographic Society Monday Club outing to Westhaven. Most of the group had retired to the nearby pub. but the light was good so I stayed out around the station for a few extra minutes! Sneaky!
One shot HDR
EXPLORED #24 on 28 May 2014
Picture taken just outside a small village called Clunes in NSW, Australia.
-- Canon 6D | 17-40L --
Tracks to nowhere out in the southwest California desert.
Come on board thetrain ride to hell, bring your guitar,because the devil likes to sing-a-long.
IoW railway at Smallbrook junction the junction is is to the main Iow railway you can see at the back,
The CHURCHGATE RAILWAY STATION is one of the busiest stations in the city. Train run every minute with clockwork precision. Millions of city dwellers residing in the suburbs alight at this station to get to their offices in the business districts of south Mumbai. An average of 7.5 millions passengers travel per day in the city .. Churchgate is the 5th busiest station in Mumbai.
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Didnt have too much spare time in Zagreb but managed a couple of hours one night with the camera. This was quite fun scrabbling over railway lines and past dodgy houses.... but of course... dont try this at home!
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Frosty morning on Albany Park Station, Kent ,UK
Very much an 'odd-one-out' in this batch is Diesel prototype HS4000 Kestrel - being the most powerful diesel loco at that time to have run on BR. It appeared at the BR open day at Cricklewood on 12/7/69. It was sold in 1971 to the USSR railways and finally scrapped in 1993.
Another shot that I reprocessed. I tonemapped each exposure individually and imported them to PS and used layer masked to hide and show certain highlights and details
Compare it to my original Photomatix Composition here
A Blue Pullman set arriving at Paddington on 5/9/62. A 'Warship' is just visible in the distance.
Wernigerode - The Brocken Railway is one of three tourist metre gauge railways which together with the Harz Railway and Selke Valley Railway form the Harz Narrow Gauge Railways railway network in the Harz mountain range of Germany. It runs from the station of Drei Annen Hohne at 542 m (1,778 ft), where it joins the Harz Railway, via Schierke and the Bode River valley to the summit of the Brocken the highest mountain of the Harz at 1,142 m (3,743 ft) and part of the Harz National Park.
The narrow gauge railway track running from Kalka to Simla in Himachal Pradesh has been operational since 1903. It passes over 864 bridges and through 103 tunnels. In 2008 it was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
There are several "toy trains" which begin their journey from Kalka railway station early in the morning....arrive at Shimla by 9.30 or 10 am....depart from Shimla in the late afternoon...and are back in Kalka by the time it begins to get dark. On some days, when the light is good, it is a pleasure to be travelling on this route with a camera. I prefer photography to videography because I believe that a still image can capture and freeze time and space far more powerfully than a moving image.
Goathland railway station is a station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and serves the village of Goathland in the North York Moors National Park, North Yorkshire, England. It is famous for appearing in the television series Heartbeat, as Hogsmeade station the Hogwarts Express stop at in the Harry Potter films, as Mannerton in the TV series All Creatures Great and Small, and in the end of the video of Holding Back the Years, a Simply Red song released in 1985
Suitably attired as an Inverness based engine , complete with tablet catcher and snowploughs, BRCW D5346 brings the 'Mail' down from Dunblane in the evening of 23/8/65.