A. OZ
Dear Paul,

I appreciate your effort and contribution to the railway industry. You concentrate on the vital points on your photos and technically it usually works.

Thank you very much and keep going shooting
Groot(non-registered)
I never have seen a photographer who concentrates his projects on the rail networks of a country. And I think that does makes you stand alone in the photographer’s community. Actually, it is a good thinking as it will give you a unique identity.

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Mark(non-registered)
Tyneside Metro isn't correct. It is called Tyne & Wear Metro for a reason. It's within Tyne & Wear county and the system serves BOTH Newcastle and Sunderland.
Preyas Pandya(non-registered)
Excellent Collection, Paul! Loved the Indian pictures, especially!
Mike Wilcock. Vale of Glamorgan(non-registered)
Excellent collection in Manchester. It's 40 yrs since I worked in the city centre. I must get back to take some shots. I like the inclusion of the passengers etc to create the whole scene. Too many shots by others just show the tram/loco which could be anywhere. Thanks again for sharing.

Mike Wilcock .Cowbridge. S/Wales
Fraser(non-registered)
Cracking capture and shot of the Sparrowhawk Paul.
22134(non-registered)
like the malaysian updates, look forward to many more
Richard Harman(non-registered)
Paul, well done yet again, I am loving the 'Pre Digital Years' say what you will but didn't we have a fithy dirty railway before the TOC's, especially South West Trains go going with the carriage/engine washing plants.
Dave Worley(non-registered)
Great shots. You really do rack up the miles. I hope you participate in a carbon off setting scheme ;-)
Robert A Jones(non-registered)
Utterly sublime. You certainly know how to get the best out of your equipment Paul.
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Can we have a bit more from South Wales though please!
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