57.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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56.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.
52.Preyas Pandya(non-registered)
Excellent Collection, Paul! Loved the Indian pictures, especially!
49.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
47.Fraser(non-registered)
Cracking capture and shot of the Sparrowhawk Paul.
44.22134(non-registered)
like the malaysian updates, look forward to many more
43.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.
42.Dave Worley(non-registered)
Great shots. You really do rack up the miles. I hope you participate in a carbon off setting scheme ;-)
41.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!
40.Steve Jackson(non-registered)
Hey paul, has your overworked camera broken? No new pix for weeks now, we're missing our regular fix of the best UK rail industry photos available!
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