David Marsh
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I am 68 and retired. I enjoy photography as a way to record places visited. Steam trains are still a passion from childhood. I have always lived in Birmingham and am married to my lovely wife Jackie. We enjoy playing bridge playing at the Heathercroft & Northfield clubs. We have joined the National Trust and are enjoying visiting their properties.
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Hi Salih yes it nice water falls it makes a good shot once again nice to hear from you.Best wishes Alan.

Hi Alan, Stan Laurel is my old friend from my days in the Boys Brigade.I had not heard of the Telford steam Railway before the visit The steam train called Rocket spent its working life at Courtaulds in Coventry. Best wishes and good spotting to you. Dave

Thanks Steve glad you thought it was worthy of your YS-L.

Dear Judit,

Thank you for your visits to my TTT pictures. I really appreciated it. This scene is unusual because everything is green!

Best wishes Peter

Hi Alan, Good to hear from you again hope you are keeping well. We joined the National Trust last year and and have been very impressed with their organization and the variety.

Kind regards


beautiful captured, my friend - well done!


Panoramio Friends you also meet HERE on Facebook. JOIN!

Please support the Panoramio Meeting in Lébény/Hungary in September. It is a little village with a very impressive old church and it´s the starting point of the Hungarian St. Jacobs pilgrimage. So there is a nice place to rest and for cheap overnight stay in the pilgrims hostel. There is a restaurant too for lunch or dinner.

It´s near Györ, a town with an important old city.

It´s not far from Budapest, Vienna and Bratislawa.

So - who is interested ? Let me know ... more Information than in FB-Group.

cheers from Budapest

Hello Alan my YS-L replaced here

best wishes .. steve

Hi Peter, Thanks for your comments. Great part of the world Wales, we are fortunate these days to travel all over the world but Wales is always close to my heart


Hi Peter,

I don't think they were the good old days. The shifts were too long and the work too hard for too little reward. Coal miners were a breed apart. I would have preferred to be a steam train driver like my grandad!


Hi Jan Pinkas Thanks again your like was most welcome.Best wishes Alan.

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