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Talyllyn on hillside

Discussion in 'Narrow Gauge Railways' started by andrewshimmin, Jun 12, 2015.

  1. andrewshimmin

    andrewshimmin Well-Known Member

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    I was driving down the Fathew Valley on the B4405 earlier in the week (sadly not a railway trip day for me) and got a great view of No 4 (my favourite loco) paused at Quarry Siding as I passed below.
    It got me thinking - as a fairly frequent visitor to the area, my abiding visual memory of the TR is of trains up on the hillside above me. But photographs of that view seem difficult to find.
    Anyone seen a good photo of a Talyllyn train taken from the road / valley bottom?
     
  2. ellisteph12

    ellisteph12 New Member

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    MellishR Part of the furniture Friend

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    Nice picture BUT the request was for pictures of trains up on the hillside ABOVE.
     
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    Thank you


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  5. Louth

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    Is this any good its one I took a few years ago 5462727892_8a4d71c945_b.jpg
     
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