Making photographs, not just taking them – Dundee, Tayside, Scotland

National Railway Museum

Following on from the Flash Bounce blog I thought I’d share a few of the images I got from the trip to theNationalRailwayMuseum.  This is a place I always loved visiting as a kid and, as I love steam engines, I still feel like a kid when I go now.

Giant engine designed for China

BIG

Even the tender is big

That's a long way

Last one of this engine

Turntable demo

Turning

Mallard

Mallard

Mallard

Mallard

The ancestor of those around it

Flying Scotsman

Flying Scotsman

Flying Scotsman

Firebox of the Evening Star

Wheels

Wheels

More wheels

Driving the Evening Star

Wow that's big!

Shiny

Note: this trip has reinforced my want for a new lens, due to the low lighting conditions (and not being able to take too much equipment) I really need a lens that can perform better in these situations (preferable one that has constant f/2.8 to offer more flexibility).

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