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Ffestiniog Railway - 150 Years Of Passenger Trains - May 2015

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    Some scenes from the final day of the railways four day gala celebrating 150 years of passenger trains;

     
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    Sadly we could only make it for the final day but it was a very enjoyable, if brief, visit. Enjoyed your first set of shots from the weekend and look forward to more
     
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    I had a weekend on Anglesey with friends over the bank holiday and some of us did a one-way circuit around Snowdonia by train and bus, including a three hour stop-over at Porthmadoc. Unfortunately the weather was pretty disgusting, but I managed to get a goodly number of shots of various locomotives around the station. As the weather on Monday was significantly better - it always is, when you're going home - I stopped at Minffordd for an hour before heading on to Towyn and the Talyllyn. Photos from both days can be seen at my Zenfolio website at: - http://mickrogers.zenfolio.com/p577448095

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    Morning All,

    I know that it's now nearly August, but I have finally managed to get the final selection of pictures from the May Bank Holiday on Flickr. This is the first one in the Photostream :

    [​IMG]RD10817. PRINCE at Tanybwlch. by Ron Fisher, on Flickr

    I have also split the albums into two so as not to have too many pictures in one album. The pictures from Friday and Saturday are in this album :

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/train-pix/sets/72157652288030932/

    and the pictures from Sunday and Monday are in this album :

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/train-pix/sets/72157656027351120

    Hope that they're still of interest.
     

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