Tag Archives: Transport

Night Lines

Night shot taken on 35mm transparency film way back in 1972. I seem to remember that I used a light blue filter and probably an exposure of about one minute at f/8 on 25 A.S.A. Kodachrome film. The lines are … Continue reading

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Retro Train

I love the retro feel and nostalgic emotions that vintage railways evoke, so it seemed to make sense to include someone with at least a neo-retro style. For a more pure retro feel I simply turned the image to a … Continue reading

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Night Train

This technique of mixing color and black and white can seem cliched these days, but it is a style that remains popular. In the end, there is very little that is new in terms of style and if it’s a … Continue reading

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The Train

OK. The thing is I go through different phases of activity. Through the winter I tend to end up studying and writing, so photographic activity goes through the window a little bit. Then, after a period of sometimes-intense study, its … Continue reading

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Harecastle Tunnels

Harecastle Tunnel is a canal tunnel on the Trent and Mersey Canal in Staffordshire between Kidsgrove and Tunstall. The tunnel, which is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) long, was once one of the longest in the country. Its industrial purpose was … Continue reading

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Joules warehouse, Stone, Staffordshire

Situated in Stone, Staffordshire, by the Trent and Mersey canal, is Brewery. Joule‚Äôs is now a small Brewery, now situated in Market Drayton, that mainly serves its own collection of 40 Brewery Taps as well as a small local group … Continue reading

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Canal wharf and barge

At fairly regular intervals along England’s inland waterways or canals, maintenance wharfs can be found where narrowboats (or barges) can be moored, fuel can be topped up and barges repaired. Often, there is also a shop nearby to top up … Continue reading

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