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LMS Royal Scot Class 4-6-0 no 46115 Scots Guardsman leading ‘The Fellsman’, Lancaster to Carlisle and return.
Nikon D80 – Nikkor 18-105mm VR lens – ND8 grad
steam, locomotive, nikond80, stevesimages1, north yorkshire, steve liptrot, hellifield, the fellsman, 46115
I originate from Lancashire but now I am based in Blaenavon, South Wales. I am an Aerospace technician and Semi-Pro Photographer which takes me all over the UK.
Steve Liptrot Photography
wonderful nostalgic photo steve
I got told off for sitting on the track! lol Thanks Steve
– Steve Liptrot
One of the best train shots on redbubble. You used a fast shutter or the train is stationary. In any case, the jets of steam give the image a jolt. Do you know the train photography of the American O. Winston Link? If not, do give him a look.
Thanks Peter. The train was on a scheduled water stop. I’ll look up the other artist. Thanks again
this exudes power right up front. the shinning knight of the Industrial Revolution! great capture Steve.
Thank you very much
Great shot… love how you caught the steam in this as well :))
Thanks Kevin, appreciated
This is perfectly captured. Excellent photo.
Thanks Andrew. Light wasn’t too good when this was took.
Thanks David, appreciated
I agree with Peter, this is fabulous Steve!!
Its silly season for steam trains so making the most of them. Thanks Kate
Thanks Bill. I proud of this shot cos of the bad light on the day!
I think the low level of light gives a far more dramatic appearance……
Excellent work, well captured