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    Re: old train tunnel

    Nice capture. I like the "light at the end of the tunnel".

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    Re: old train tunnel

    I like it. Might need a small counterclockwise rotation, but it's a very good image

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    They built a tunnel for a train and never used it? If it had, it would have left some tracks.

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    Interesting image. It's tough to know the size of the tunnel without some other object to help with the scale. It looks small to me, but I'm sure that is an optical illusion, more in my mind than in the photograph. Nice stonework. I also like the light at the other end of the tunnel.

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    Re: old train tunnel

    Works well for me too, well done with your first post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dje View Post
    Works well for me too, well done with your first post.

    Dave
    thanks for the comments they are much appreciated as just started to get more serious with my photography

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    Re: old train tunnel

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew1 View Post
    They built a tunnel for a train and never used it? If it had, it would have left some tracks.
    Dated at 1895 and with evidence of smoke blackening, I think it probably was. If this is in the UK, it might be that the original track has been converted for leisure purposes e.g. as a cycle track. Interesting shot and well exposed. I also like the light at the end of the tunnel. Oh, and welcome.

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    Re: old train tunnel

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew1 View Post
    They built a tunnel for a train and never used it? If it had, it would have left some tracks.
    Dated at 1895 and with evidence of smoke blackening, I think it probably was. If this is in the UK, it might be that the original track has been converted for leisure purposes e.g. as a cycle track. Interesting shot and well exposed. I also like the light at the end of the tunnel. Oh, and welcome.

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    the tunnel was used and is in perth Western Australia it,s now a heratige trail thanks forthe welcome

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    Re: old train tunnel

    Hi Warren,

    Looks like you took your time to get that far end in the nicely in the middle.

    EXIF Nikon D90 at 18mm, 1/10s, f/8, iso 200.

    Welcome to the CiC forums from me too ....

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