A photographic exploration of the town of Hyde, Cheshire, UK. A continuation of Hyde Daily Photo.
I had a look at both - railways are not what they used to be. But they may return!
I like photos that look down train tracks. Very nie.
I always love to ride the train. But sometimes, I get scared with the openness, scared of falling off. But one advantage is getting to see the beautiful clouds and skies.
not much change but for the place where people stand to get out the weather. nice capture.
Thank you for the nice peek into your world!
You have a lovely collection of photos on your blog space, thanks for sharing with sky watch friday.
Nice skies, especially the wispy clouds! Great shot
I think there was not that much of a difference between the two shots actually. Nice blue sky, it looks really hot.
Great photos, and I hope those who used your url get what they deserve.
Wonderful shot. The perspective of the tracks and the streaming clouds is great.
The contrast between the modern and the old stations is quite striking..I grew up travelling by train ...my father worked as a Station Master, so we used to get free travel. So relaxing..
Very nice! I love train and railroad photos.
Great picture ! ! !Gr.P-TER
Really chuffed with your shot Gerald.lol
I only miss railways in theory, but I do miss solitary photo opportunites like this.
That's a really great photo. A bit deserted to give it some great personality.
If the train never showed, who would care with a sky like that to watch.
Nice sky, but a pity that railway stations are loosing their customers and being closed one by one. We are getting close to the end of an era with the general prevalence of the motor car displacing the general train traffic.
this is such a great idea. I must try this!
The clouds are racing along with the train, huh? The momentum in this snap is just spectacular...
It needs a steam engine train doesn't it
Very nice! I had to be careful not to lean too far over to look for the next train! :-D
Love the depth this shot creates - very nice.
Interesting shot - the clouds direction makes the image complete!