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Jim Evans (AXOTA) on November 5, 2009

First, I offer my sincere apologies for neglecting to check my mail ;>)

A greet you warmly Zbynda and thank you for your friendly feed back!! I had not forgotten you and look forward to spending some time in your gallery soon ;.)

Greetings studio4t1~~~~This is the first and last time he will ever come to my hometown!! It almost jumped the track on the way out ;.) Check out the tight radii on the map near the bend in the river just above the old viaduct ;.)

Kind regards to you both ;>)


Great engine! I love the old machines.

TonyWalker Studio4t1 on August 21, 2010

Hi AXOTA I hope "Sir Nigel Gresley"" or any Class A4's Come to our line in the near future. Although there are some tight bends. On a second look, not as tight as the bends at Whitby, they are tight LOL. LIKE.

Kind regards Tone.

Beryll on March 16, 2011

Very beautiful! LIKE! Cheers, Beryll

Bilroy on July 16, 2011

Nice photo, ole chap, but where ever did you find such a silly engine?

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on September 5, 2011

Greetings to all my friends, old and new..I am delighted to read your amazing comments...Sorry for taking so long to respond and I look forward to visiting each of your galleries in the near future.

Dorkin Alexandr~~~~~I share your joy in these fire breathing goliaths ;)

studio4t1---I hope your wish came true Tone;)

Beryll~~~~Steam engines are as much a part of my every day life as walking the dog and eating food! They clank and whistle close by, eight times each day!

Bilroy~~~This "silly engine" was a world beater in terms of speed, reliability and leading edge technology. The British people are very keen to preserve the age of steam..The motive power that drove the wheels of industry through the terror of two world wars came from locomotives of this class..I hope it lasts a thousand years!

kea-sensaciones~~~~~A warm welcome Kea ;)....Underneath the stream-lined cladding is just a normal steam engine very similar to this..In the early 1930's when this engine was first shown to the public it brought rave revues and adoration ;)

To you all, I express my warm and sincere thanks for your friendly visits and precious comment


Dušan Railfan on April 3, 2012


Marco Callini on April 23, 2012


Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 27, 2012

Dusan Le~~~Many thanks for your generous appraisal Dusan :)

Marco Callini~~~I'm grateful for your appreciation Marco :)

Kind regards to you both!


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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 4, 2008
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    by Jim Evans (AXOTA)
    • Camera: NIKON E8700
    • Taken on 2008/05/03 12:58:56
    • Exposure: 0.014s
    • Focal Length: 18.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.200
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash