Another piece of nostalgia from the Railway Museum at Thirlmere, Southern Highlands of NSW (about an hour’s drive south west of Sydney) Australia.
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Wonderful capture !
It LOOKS like the joining part of a corridor train but I’ve never seen it in these colours before. A nice bit of work ma’am! Peter
You are right Peter – always the part of train travel that I didn’t like – it was a bit scarey moving between carriages. I actually took shots of three different carriages joined like this, and each were a different colour!
glorious drapes, wondrous colours, so very well captured, wonderful light and colours. hugs
Thanks Hilary – not sure what these are made out of, but they are expandable like bellows – the flexible bit that joins two railway carraiges together. I thought it made a strange ‘abstract’ !!!
When I was a kid I enjoyed standing with one foot in each car in these thingos.This whole series of yours is great, would be a good blurb book.
You are kind Murray – thank you. My scarey bit was getting over the moving metal plates in the middle of this area between carriages – quite daunting!!!
Lovely colours, lighting, textures and lines…interesting piece.
Thanks Bot – all part and parcel of the wonderful train memorabilia.
they are stunning contrasts I absolutely love this
Dan I think we have similar ‘eyes’ mate! Thanks so much for the favouriting.
Nice colours and textures Rosalie. I hated stepping between the carriages.
Yep I feel better when I’m on solid ground too Sharon! Thaks for the visit and kind words.
Thank you Arteology for favouriting this one – pleased you like it.
beautiful interesting subject
Thanks heaps Jerry
Perfect, Maestro !!! Colours, lighting and textures are all stunning !!!! I assume it’s the concertina style joining passage between two carriages.
Yep Phil – a really interesting curtain effect I thought. Thanks for the very kind words!
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