The fastest Steam Train ever...!

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  1. Bend The Light

    Bend The Light No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hi,

    I love this engine...The Mallard.

    Here's a couple of images processed two different ways. I would like your thoughts on the pics, if you would. Thanks.

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Eh? Fast? It's bricks! Where would I find THIS!?!?!
    What a cool train!

    Could the clouds be a bit bright in both versions?
     
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    Bend The Light No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Well, yes, not THIS actual engine because it is, as you say, bricks! :mrgreen:

    It is in darlington, in County Durham in the north of England. Where Stevenson had his "Locomotion" the first real steam engine pulling a train on the Stockton-Darlington railway. I love the original engine, the Mallard, but this is a stunning sculpture - it stands about 20 feet high.

    I'll see about the sky...but I need to print, and they will print a little more subdued anyway.

    Thanks
     

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