I’ve put together a selection of shots of Black 5s, Sir William Stanier’s mixed traffic workhorse of the LMS and later British Railways. View the full post
Images from back last May at a local Classic Car Show that I’ve only just got round to processing, an American Classic, a Corvette. View the full post
I went to for a walk to get some Autumn Colour shots on or near the local canal but most of the trees are only just starting to turn, so there wasn’t much colour.
Here are three shots anyway. View the full post
A few close-up shots of badges, emblems, lamps and mascots on classic cars taken at a local show a couple of weeks ago. These were shots of three cars, a Morris van, an Austin and a Jowett. View the full post
Some shots taken yesterday of the double locks at Thornhill Lees. These locks are adjacent to the junction of the Calder and Hebble Navigation and the Dewsbury Cut. View the full post
The Tin Bath, a rare rail excursion with the train being hauled, double-headed by two ex. LMS locomotives Black 5 44871 and Jubilee class 45699 “Galatea. The train was on a round tour, Preston, Manchester, Sheffield, Wakefield, Blackburn, Preston, Manchester the photos being taken as the train heads up the Calder valley through Dewsbury. View the full post
Some shots of the snow covered St. Peter’s churchyard, Earlsheaton, taken last Sunday morning, the only time we’ve had any snow so far this year.
The area is currently the subject of a a community restoration project, after suffering years of neglect. It is now looking much tidier. View the full post
Yet more photos of the Boxing Day flooding of the River Calder. View the full post