Did someone mention trains?
Steam trains even?
You know those great big things that used to thunder up and down the mainline, now mainly kept on preserved and heritage lines?
You like those trains?
These are flowers and they have nothing to do with trains.
But I think they are pretty so you can suffer them as well, trains coming, don't panic.
This is the entrance to HMS Victory, again nothing to do with trains.
So? who remembers the days of steam of steam eh?
Who like me loves trains?
I am just old enough to remember steam from my very early childhood, I love the steam locomotives, the noise, the smell and even the motion as they pull the trains, far, far better than this modern stuff, so much so that sometimes when travelling on a train nowadays I can't tell if I am in a bus, train or plane, they are lifeless, functional things and nowhere near as romantic as steam trains.
I think the thing I really love about steam locomotives is that they have the mechanics on the outside, it gives them soul.
Anyhoo if you are still reading this, you want to see some pictures of those great big thundering, noisy & smelly steam trains don't you?
Of course you do, well this blog has nothing at all about them in it.
Yeah, yeah, Boo Hiss I hear you cry, but wait, this is about trains, just not the bigguns
One Sunday every month during the summer, the Welling and District Model engineers society open their doors to the public.
They have their own track and they take people for rides on it.
Right I have waffled on long enough, here's the trains I promised you
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