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Hi Peter Its not just that Kinlet Hall is not available it was on its way got as far a Derby but Network Rail has decreed it out of Guage! around the Keighley Area.The Two mountains nearest are Munros and the one Between them in the background is only just short of 3000ft at 2998ft thanks for your like here.Best wishes Alan.

Patrick Barreaux Thanks for the YSL I hope that you are well. All the b est ~ nick

Hi Warner Athey. Thank you very much for your Kind words and Like. All the best my friend. Tone.

Hi Warner Athey. Thank you very much for your Kind words and Like Much appreciated. Yes I have seen some of your aircraft photos. And very nice too, as is your Gallery. All the best Tone.

Hi Steve,

Thank you so much, I am pleased that you like it. The first day was busy, but in this case I think the crowds were waiting for Royal Scot, and not for the freight. As for the vantage point, it was the brake van of the freight train.

Best Wishes Peter

Hi Steve, and my dear Füsun,

Again, a big thank you for looking at this picture too, and for your very generous awards. It is much appreciated. There is not much I can say about the sheep, they are free to roam the entire field. Maybe they get fed up with running from trains and photographers! Or possibly after four days of gala even the most stupid sheep can learn that we don't want to interfere with them!

Best Wishes to both of you! Peter

Hi Bruno, Steve, and of course my dear Füsun,

A big thank you to all of you for your visit to this picture, your kind words, and your wonderful awards. I am very happy that all of you have enjoyed it. Of course Afon Glaslyn am chwech o r gloch yn yr bore was taken in June, when the sun rises earlier (and in a different place) than in September!

Best Wishes to all Peter

Beautiful train, place and winter photo Like & Fav

Greetings, Bram

Great composition!


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