Grey, damp, and cold. At least the wind has dropped… The Severn Valley Railway’s gala is on this weekend, and there’s a visiting locomotive I’d really like to see. In recognition of the miserable conditions, I’ve processed the photos as monochrome – it seemed appropriate. Visit “A Grey Gala” on Geoff’s Rail Diaries
A visit to the Severn Valley Railway’s spring gala, on the one day that’s likely to be springlike. Just for a change, I’m on the train, though there are some photographic opportunities. Here’s a taster – a “Rail Diaries” entry will follow in due course.
Just published to Geoff’s Rail Diaries, lots of photos from yesterday’s visit to Highley station, on the Severn Valley Railway. Visit “An afternoon at Highley” – now!
They’re always welcome when they’re visitors to the Severn Valley Railway. The railway held its autumn gala this weekend, and during four most enjoyable hours (it certainly didn’t seem that long) at Highley, I met them all. More photos and (fairly) full details in due course, on Geoff’s Rail Diaries – in the meantime, here are the celebrities…
Just published to Geoff’s Rail Diaries – “Santa Steam ’16” – photos and video from Sunday’s trip to the Severn Valley Railway, to see the Santa trains catching the golden light of a December afternoon.
Santa trains on the Severn Valley Railway – a great photographic opportunity, provided the weather cooperates. Today, it did just that – the sun shone from a clear blue sky until it set behind a line of trees to the south-west, just as 7802 Bradley Manor passed on its way back to Kidderminster. There will be more photos and video on Geoff’s Rail Diaries, but not for a day or two – too many other things above it on the to-do list.
For more on yesterday’s brief outing to the Severn Valley Railway, visit “Catching a Crab“, just published to Geoff’s Rail Diaries.