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The Two O'Clock Ex Rawtenstall

 

Fresh from it's triumph on the West Coast Mainline and the Settle and Carlisle last Thursday, Stanier's Black 5, 44871, leaves Rawtenstall on the East Lancashire Railway with a more sedate Sunday train.

 

 

The Two O'Clock Ex Rawtenstall

 

Fresh from it's triumph on the West Coast Mainline and the Settle and Carlisle last Thursday, Stanier's Black 5, 44871, leaves Rawtenstall on the East Lancashire Railway with a more sedate Sunday train.

 

 

comments (6)

  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 Jan 2011, 08:41
I'd certainly like to see this on the S&C Les: maybe there's some stuff on You Tube?
Les Auld: There may be Chris, I haven't had time to look though, Tahnks for the comemnt.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 3 Jan 2011, 09:38
For some reason it does look triumphant in this picture. A beauty!
Les Auld: Thanks Louis, appreciate the comment.
Love the clarity and colours,do you do much post processing Les ?
Les Auld: I have a set sequence Martin, I use Photoshop with Topaz plug-ins and they seem to work quite well. Thanks for the comment,
Classic train shot Les
Les Auld: Classic train Bill, thanks for the comment.
Good shot Les, I like the three different colour scheme Mark 1's behind each other.
Les Auld: A symptom of out heritage railways Brian, not enough stock of the same type or colour. Thanks for the comment.
a blast from the past, sticking your head out of a moving train window
Les Auld: Sometimes you still do it Derek, thanks for the comment.

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