Today’s been another of those rare days where I get to work from home and try to catch up on some of the back-office stuff I can’t normally get to do on the road. Part of that has involved editing hundreds of the pictures that I took on the last few days travels and getting them on my Zenfolio website. If you want to have a look, follow this link. It’ll take you straight to the various galleries I’ve updated. Here’s a few samples, just to show you the variety.
Changing trains at Leeds after coming back from Beverley and Hull after another day judging stations for the ACoRP awards.
Under stormy skies a train from Birmingham New St passes the Eagle and Tun pub which is in the middle of the High Speed 2 (HS2) station site at Birmingham Curzon St. This area will be unrecognisable in a few years time.
Northern Rail No 156480, decorated in RAF 100 commemorative vinyl livery traverses the Cumbrian coast line at Parton, just North of Whitehaven. This stretch of line has fantastic coastal views.
Don’t worry, I’ll be back on the rails again soon!