Sunday, April 6, 2014

Sunday afternoon special

Came across one of my favourite all time photographs earlier this afternoon when looking for something else.  There is a bit of a back story so I'll keep most of this trip for another time but in October 1991 the Senior Train Hunter and I were in the New England, hoping to get as many 44s and 45s as still existed to wander past the lens.

We really did get lucky at Willow Tree one afternoon, when we found 3505, 3515 and 3527 about to commence banking duties.

And this brings me to the moment of one of my favourite photographs - with setting sun and an approaching wheatie with 8106 and 8130 in need of banking. 


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