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Didcot Railway Centre - Number (18) in this series
05-APR-2013

Didcot Railway Centre - Number (18) in this series

Signal Box

Nikon D800
1/500s f/1.4 at 35.0mm iso100 hide exif
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Date/Time05-Apr-2013 14:15:15
MakeNikon
ModelNIKON D800
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length35 mm
Exposure Time1/500 sec
Aperturef/1.4
ISO Equivalent100
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an nguyen05-May-2013 12:33
Excellent .
Don Mottershead27-Apr-2013 06:25
There is probably an iPhone app for that now.
fotabug26-Apr-2013 00:08
Is this where they controlled that tracks and switches? Interesting!
Brian Samuel25-Apr-2013 22:01
Dangerous leaving the place unattended like that. I hope you had a play.
I haven't heard of any derailings so I'm guessing it all ended well.
Ken Chambers ARPS25-Apr-2013 21:35
It must have been hard work, pulling on those levers to change the rails, subsequently to redirect the train. Nice that the cloth is still there, which the Signalman used when pulling on the levers to save has hands from blisters.
Karen Stuebing25-Apr-2013 21:16
Nice graphic image and I like the blue and red levers. Beautifully framed and photographed. V.
John Reynolds25-Apr-2013 21:14
Nicely captured historic scene. G.
joseantonio25-Apr-2013 21:12
Fascinating place you visited...V.
Helen Betts25-Apr-2013 21:05
Oh, this is very interesting, not that I know what all the levers are for ;-). Nicely captured, Martin. V.
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