That's just a very short distance from where I broke the leg.... Was the ABT running?
It's great to see "active" steam trains.
Not the prettiest of places to break a leg.. I saw no trains running , only this puffing steamer.
I did some checking and it is hoped to have it re-opened in January...
I will be so disappointed if I get there and miss it again!..
The steam trains do have that something evocative about them..
That hill with the granite outcrop at the back would have made you feel a little at home Lex!
Nice looking structure, and some neat old locomotives to boot. Great shot.
Great Locomotives, haven't ever seen any like this before.
Well cheers everybody and welcome to Queenstown Tassie
In the late 60's we were almost shipped to Tassie, Roseberry actually. Gee, I would still be on the dole now!!
You might want to wear some splints or something this time, Stuart ;-)
Is that a hint of regret I hear there, D? You could always trade the gas-guzzler for an old Bedford and head off now....
Well in the late 60s I was in a nappy and had no input as to where I went.... :-) Roseberry Tas not my idea of a fun destination...
Looks like Thomas and his friends getting ready for the main line! Lex you do get around !
Hello Mike, yep Thomas and friends are on the track.. I do like getting around thats for sure.. Planning future getaways as we type.. :).. PS message in a bottle squirreled away in the crack of the ar$e rock for you...!
Now yer cookin' with gas Lex! L&F for this! Not enough old steamers left in the world..
Dit lyk na speelgoed treintjies.
Your right there Jock, the world needs more sedate stream trains.. :-). Deontjie they certainly do. Cheers from Aus
LOVE that one fantastic: LIKE
Its a nice scene & setting Kel,, and Im a softy for a steam train.. :)
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