If you like trains and steam the Bluebell Railway is a great day out. There is a connection here with Cornwall, Richard Trevithick (13 April 1771 – 22 April 1833) worked with high pressure steam engines, and in 1804 the first locomotive hauled journey was completed by an engine designed and built by him.
The Bluebell Railway history began in the 1960’s and was the first preserved standard gauge passenger line in the world.
Follow the Link to the Bluebell Railway Website
The footbridge between the platforms, on a sunny day it’s a great subject for Black and White.
The different shapes and textures in this image makes it a cracker.
The Bluebell Engines are loved by the men who drive them, I don’t think you’ll ever see a grumpy steam train driver.
Always keep an eye open for the unusual angle.
Nice detail on this image of the train guard
The reflections in the engine are amazing, a well looked after piece of working history.
Great reflections and detail in this image of the Train Driver. This one was taken in the 80’s.