That would be ok with me providing that I receive the photo credit. If your academic publication comes to print could you send me a copy for my files please.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. This has now been done.
Map position now updated, thanks for the correction Felix and keep up the good work.
Hope it brings pleasant memories, unfortunately we are eleven thousand miles away so see it very infrequently.
Was scheduled to stop for half an hour but only at the last minute did the milk tanker full of water arrive. Seemed strange to me why this place was chosen when Hellifield is so close by.
The intended site for this loco shot was found to be in thick mist so another site had to be found quickly. It involved a five mile drive and the hope that it would be running late.
If the loco had been ten minutes later the light would have gone and the picture would have been totally different. Well worth the three hour wait to secure the spot!
Photo moved to correct position. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
thanks this was taken on memory lane trip last yr' after bypass surgery. I remember this bridge from childhood in the early sixties, walking holiday at Boot farmhouse and i have memories of people walking across the two girders!! In those days I remember all paths led to Burnmoor tarn !!
That's me stood on the pole, just getting ready to take a photo of the Mack Attack fast boat!!