Mary Valley Heritage Railway: Deep Creek Viaduct

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Comments (12)

© Ľudo T. II. on April 13, 2012

like, super shot!!!!

Ian Stehbens on April 13, 2012

Thanks Lenka. Photo opportunities don't come much better than this. Greetings from Queensland.


bdeh on April 14, 2012

Beautiful against the blue sky Ian. LIKE! Greetings Berend

ԁk‒cam on April 14, 2012

Wonderful picture of this moving train. L

Kind regards, Finn

Ian Stehbens on April 15, 2012

The bigger this picture is the better - I love it Berend. I was trying to work out the approximate number of times I have been over this bridge: I think it is around 1660 times - to go to and from high school!

Thanks, Berend. Ian

Ian Stehbens on April 15, 2012

I would have liked to have asked the driver to work up a bit more puff, just for the photo, Finn. Nevertheless I am pleased with it. Thanks for the compliment.


Geerten on April 16, 2012

wow, splendid couple of pics!

Ian Stehbens on April 16, 2012

Thanks Geerten. There are many more possibilities with this bridge, using different vantage points and with different clouds. This section of line is no longer part of the mian line so it is only used by the heritage trains now.



pedrocut on April 17, 2012

Great nostalgic picture! I reckon it will bring back memories for quite a few people.

I can just imagine the driver blowing the whistle!

Best wishes Peter

Ian Stehbens on April 18, 2012

And it creates memories now for the children of the post-steam era.

Greetings Peter. I know that whenever I rode the plate in my high school days, I couldn't resist the whistle either!

Warm regards from Gympie.


gezginruh on May 17, 2012

Hi dearest Ian,

I agree with Peter, great nostalgic picture and lovely memories...

Warmly. Füsun

Ian Stehbens on May 25, 2012

Back in the '60s, dear this is how I went to high school, and so there are many memories from a very important period of my life.


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    by Ian Stehbens