A Princess at Scarborough

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Comments (13)

Peter_private_box on August 21, 2011

Hi Alan, Another cracking photo of a steam engine at work! It's always nice when a bit of smoke is in eveidence, and this is no exception!

Best wishes Peter

top spotter on August 23, 2011

Hi Peter Yes she was going well here having just left Scarborough Station so there was a nice bit of clag.Best wishes Alan

top spotter on August 23, 2011

Hello Steve Thanks again for another YSL.It will soon be our Hols 2 weeks tomorrow so hoping to get a few shot to upload then.Best wishes Alan

Nick Weall on August 23, 2011

Here is another YSL for this great shot Alan ~ Well done and enjoy your holiday ~ All the best ~ nick

top spotter on August 23, 2011

Hello Nick You must have been on the ball here I had only just finished answearing comments and your arrived.Thanks for your YSL here and your holiday wishes.Best regards Alan

kioumars manafi on August 27, 2011

nice shot!

like

top spotter on August 28, 2011

Hi kioumars manafi Thanks for your welcome comments and glad you liked it.Best wishes Alan

*✓Shakhe021✓* on August 29, 2011

very nice

like 5

good luck

top spotter on August 29, 2011

Shakhe021 Thanks .Best wishes Alan

Vadim Anokhin on August 29, 2011

Cool photo, Alan.

top spotter on August 30, 2011

Thanks Vadim Best wishes Alan

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on August 30, 2011

Spot on Alan it's a beaut'..what a handsome loco, one of Stanniers' classics for sure...It is saved to my faves...Y* + L ;)

With your permission, I would like to rehash this in PS..I fancy it could look good in monochrome or sepia..I have no intention of processing or using this other than for my own personal interest.

On the subject of classics, I received an interesting comment from Roger11 which can be read just here regarding the height of British locos, I would appreciate your expertise on the subject...

Friendly greetings pal!

Jim

top spotter on August 30, 2011

Hi Jim Thanks for all your welcome comments here Tes Jim you can use iy by allmeens on the subject of the hight of BR Locos they have evolved over the years and are just built to the British loading Guage.Rememer those posts carrying that curved rail over the line usually in goods yards thats the Max hight or guage for rail vehicles.Hope this infi is of some use.Thanks for your Y* and like .Best wishes my friend Alan

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on August 19, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by top spotter
    • Camera: Canon EOS 30D
    • Taken on 2011/08/19 17:01:21
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/640)
    • Focal Length: 55.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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