Platform 1 at Norwood Junction circa 1930

  • Dave Elmore 5y

    Nice!! I've always loved that technique and this is an excellent example that you've created.
  • Tim Brechin 5y

    Thanks this one was wakward as the original lens used was either wider than 14mm or they were standing off the platform
  • dozymoo 5y

    Looks spot on to me!
    Funny how it doesn't looked like it has changed a great deal either!

    You didn't fancy standing in front of the London-Brighton then all the pursuit of a perfect shot?
  • Tim Brechin 5y

    I think the British Transport Police behind the picture would have something to say if I got any closer to the edge of the platform
  • jelliemc 5y

    You'd have to stand on a train, take the shot through an open door and risk getting whisked off somewhere else.

    Looks good to me.
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Taken on April 15, 2010
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