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Mikeymutt

UK The train graveyard April 2016

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Thanks to sime for the tip off on this place.visited this with a few friends.we hit it early on a wet and grey morning.it was a bit of a trek up a very muddy path.i slipped over twice.and was filthy.but it was worth it.you could only get in one train there.but it was lovely and reminded me off the derelict orient express in Belgium.it was nice to wander around the outside too with all the bits and bobs laying about.

 

 

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Some great pics there Mikey. Lovely looking old carriage in those first couple of shots :) 

 

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Such a cool find by@Sime, many people have happily travelled to Belgium to photograph an identical train carriage. Great pics Mikey :thumb 

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7 minutes ago, Mikeymutt said:

Thanks guys was not sure how to tag sime.

just type the @ symbol followed by the username and it should appear mate :) 

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24 minutes ago, The_Raw said:

just type the @ symbol followed by the username and it should appear mate :) 

As easy as thst ha ha thanks mate u will know in the future ☺

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Liking this very muchly. That carriage is something special :D

 

Always a bit wary when it comes to railways after having a run in with the BTP. Still having said that they realised that they had sweet FA on me and havent called me back. :thumb 

 

 

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I Love Trains! It also reminded me of the Orient Express. Lovely interior!! Nice shots. 

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