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Thread: Scenes Without Trains - 2021

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    Wow, remember that day clearly. I can't imagine having it fall all around you and cover everthing in sight. We just saw brown cloud and soot in the sky/air here in the Midwest.

    Interesting picture.
    Neil

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    We even had ash here in the southern prairies of Sask back in 1980. Not a huge amount of course, but you could see bits falling from the sky. But....If Yellowstone ever erupts, I'm heading to the Yukon!
    Rory

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    Now for something from across the pond. Corfe Castle on the Swanage Railway.
    Blargen Fladibble Nohip!

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    Neil

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    Great looking shot Neil.

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    I agree. Detail is outstanding !
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    Neil what a shot between those targets and that sky, for some odd reason it reminds me of Wood Dale along old Elmhurst Road....
    Kevin Kelleher

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    Nice snapshot of what looks to be a very quiet spot on earth.
    Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by qballbandit View Post
    Nice snapshot of what looks to be a very quiet spot on earth.
    Thanks, that's what I was going for.
    It's a place from a time long gone. And every once in a while a train runs through it.

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