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Aug 25, 2020 20:06 as a reply to  @ Itsed65's post |  #6242

Excellent composition and positioning.
Really nice.
You have set that up beautifully.



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Aug 25, 2020 21:21 |  #6243

Very nice shot you have gotten there!! I am curious how you were able to do that seeing it "appears" the ground level you would be standing on should be much lower being that far away from the tracks going down hill so much??


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Aug 25, 2020 21:24 |  #6244

So there is light at the end of the tunnel.


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Aug 25, 2020 21:41 |  #6245

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Very nice shot you have gotten there!! I am curious how you were able to do that seeing it "appears" the ground level you would be standing on should be much lower being that far away from the tracks going down hill so much??

Thanks. Shot from the highway on the other side of the river gorge. The Feather River is about 100 feet down between the tracks and the road.


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Aug 25, 2020 21:58 |  #6246

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Very nice shot you have gotten there!! I am curious how you were able to do that seeing it "appears" the ground level you would be standing on should be much lower being that far away from the tracks going down hill so much??

Thanks. Shot from the highway on the other side of the river gorge. The Feather River is about 100 feet down between the tracks and the road.


Thank you! It is cool you can see thru the tunnel to see light on the other side as also mentioned by DavidWatts!


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Aug 26, 2020 14:04 |  #6247

46100 Royal Scot crossing whalley viaduct with Roger Hosking MA on the rear Carlisle [CAR] to Crewe [CRE]


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Aug 27, 2020 15:59 |  #6248

An entire train of what I think are parts for wind turbine generator towers.


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Aug 29, 2020 06:01 |  #6249

Black 5 45231 'The Sherwood Forester' powering through brock with the Crewe to Carlisle


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Aug 29, 2020 15:29 |  #6250

DRS Class 88, 88005 Minerva bombing past brock with the Daventry Drs (Tesco) to Mossend Euroterminal


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Sep 01, 2020 10:03 |  #6251

47802 with 47804 on the rear passing through gargrave with the York [YRK] to Carlisle express


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Sep 01, 2020 10:43 |  #6252

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I am surprised the identifying numbers 47802 are not shown on the front of the engine!


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Sep 01, 2020 12:08 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #6253

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Sep 01, 2020 13:15 |  #6254

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I am surprised the identifying numbers 47802 are not shown on the front of the engine!

Yes its on the near side like this it was on the rear going backwards;-)a


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Sep 01, 2020 17:20 as a reply to  @ djmarrs's post |  #6255

Amazing countryside.
Very nice.
Love the stone walls, fences.



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