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Another in my train series from the Train Museum at Thirlmere in the Southern Highlands of NSW (Australia) … this time the old metal, drop-down handbasin.
metal tap museum trains nsw vintage highlands southern hdr classic brass basin dm thirlmere dale rosalie spigot catchall handbasin old australia train carriage railway rail
They dont make them like they use to. A very nice image, looks great in the light.
It sure is different now Glenn – thanks for the kind comment.
Wow, they just don’t make anything as elegant as that anymore.Great find …
Hi TomI love this walk down memory lane! Thanks for joining me and for your encouragement. R
A great addition to a now threesome.
Cheers Phil – I appreciate your comment!
Great image, a change from what would now be stainless steal.
Thanks for the favouriting Murray. I am so pleased these old carriages and engines are being preserved – it is such a pleasure to revisit ‘the olden days’!!
Another great piece Rosalie.
Thanks so much Linda.
I love the light and colour in this Rosalie, just beautiful, I would love one of those, like everyone else I suppose. Great capture.
Hi Josie! Thanks for the kind words. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to recapture some of this old ambience and own some of this stuff!
Simply gorgeous Rosalie…the light on the old beauty is magic.
Thank you so much Estelle
nice job R. :)
Glad you like it Maxie.
Oh, to drool for!! Here, you can buy these, and just about any material that you can think of, and design! XX
Thanks Elaine – I’m sure we can buy these in antique shops but I’d hate to think of the price.
Wow. Didn’t this come up well. Love it.
Gail thank you for the favouriting!
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