Next Train…

Sheringham Rail Station: 5th July 2019

Here’s a clock that’s anachronistic. The station, part of the Poppy Line which runs services … with steam-pulled trains … along the North Norfolk coast, is kitted out in the fashions of its day. I thought it apt for the title In Good Time

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30 Responses to Next Train…

  1. Wow… The station looks as if it would just take us to a ride in the past. It surely has a “feel” of the old days… I wonder, what is inside those suitcases?

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  2. Jen Goldie says:

    It’s the perfect picture for the Title! I’d love to ride that train πŸ™‚

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  3. Dale says:

    What a lovely shot! It does look like it belongs in a by-gone era.

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  4. Nice shot! I love this. I love the idea of decorating a train station this way. Thanks for posting. And works well with the prompt πŸ™‚

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  5. tedstrutz says:

    That’s fun to see.

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  6. I love trains, stations, especially the older ones, I wish I was around in the golden age of rail!

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    • crimsonprose says:

      I have a vague memory of standing on a platform at Norwich station while my father bought tickets. And the train was hissing, stamping its feet like a bull ready to charge. And a memory of my mother telling me and my brother not to hang out of the window, we’d get dirty. And the trains that used to pass my grandma’s house, high on an embankment. Enormous fire-breathing dragons. πŸ™‚

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