trains carriages steam engines old metal timber myraj 4652
I jumped the fence and went for a walk around that place. They are trying to turn it into a museum but have a few problems with the Greens in Council. A lot of the trains actualy work. Nice photo by the way..
Thanks for looking at my work and for your comment Clayton.Did you have a can of spray paint in your camera bag when you jumped the fence? You naughty boy, I saw that old carriage with the graffiti on it.I had a look in ‘google’ There certainly is some history and interesting reading there.Cheers Myra
There you go things are to good to get wasted all love Norma
Thanks nj. You really have to see it to believe it. The ‘train cemetery’ covers acres of land.Myra
Thanks for your comment Roy. I am back on track…have had no network coverage for a couple of days.Myra
Ha..you were up my neck of the woods! Great image of the old trains,clare
Thanks for your comment Clare. Landed in Tasmania this morning.. ..should be lots of interesting images waiting to be ‘shot’ here.Myra
Thank you judith and sincere thanks to those who voted for my image.Myra (in hobart hospital with a broken leg)
VERY COOL! “I thought I could, I thought I could, I thought I could . . . "(wink)Congrats on placing in the Top 10!Ellen
Thanks for your congrats and kind comment Ellen.Myra
Love this capture seems such a shame there left out in the open air like this tho
Thanks for your great comment. There would be thousands of old engines and carriages at Dorrigo.Who knows what will become of them. I’m pretty sure they are not bio degradable. lolMyra
Congrats, your image placed in the top 10 of the b/w challenge in the group, "Mysteries of the Past and Present! Great image.
WOW! Sincere thanks to those who voted for my image.Myra
WOW! Sincere thanks for the feature Deb. Very much appreciated.Myra
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