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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Also saw Taw Valley. They brought it out from the workshop but it was obscured so no photo. Never mind had a great bacon sandwich!!

Hi Dave another nice shot of the Manor Its a few year since I was at the Severn Valley Railway another YS-L here from me. Best wishes Alan.

beautiful photo of the old locomotive!

Like+Fav !

Friendly greetings,Giuseppe

Owned by the National Trust worth a visit

Hi Peter, All the engines were stored away but its worth a return visit when the railway is open


Hi Dave yes it was nice to see it back up and running it was on a test run from the NRM at York before it went down to London for the Kings X - York on the Thursday.As for the new season don`tknow whats Happening with WCRC yet nothing running just now.Best wishes Alan.

Hi Dave,

Thank you so much for returning to my gallery. You haven't been here for a while. Of course being a precious museum piece this is kept in a glass case, so I guess it should stay the same for a very long time.

Best Wishes Peter

Thanks Steve thanks for replacing your YS-L here.Best wishes Alan.

Hi Richard,

Thank you so much for your visit and the kind awards. It is much appreciated. Olympic tickets were up for grabs on a lottery basis, I applied for a number of different sports, but this was the only one that came up. The Olympic cycling road races were free to anyone who could get there early enough! As for the event itself, great fun to see!

Best Wishes Peter

Hello David? I see you have visited eden projext but I'm trying to track down someone with your name who may have visited Falmouth area in the 1960s- might this be you?

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