Vanishing Lines Posted: October 01, 2020 Under: Challenge of the month By DJG 4 Comments Short trip out this morning to get an early qualifying photo. Rail crossings like this are quite rare in our county, though here in the village of Steventon a mile or so away from our bungalow there two such crossings.I just managed to get the camera set as this westerly headed train passed. Looking in the direction the above train was travelling, this line gets you to Wales and the South Western counties of the UK. It seems quite odd to be able to cross the rail tracks in this manner, the roads usually go over or under. Off topic now, this is lead roofed Steventon village church, Mini waterfall, Steventon, the fall is very lively after yesterdays heavy rains. This is a photo I took yesterday in the rain in Drayton, this wall is painstaking being replaced by stonemasons with new stone after the old wall collapse a few months ago Previous Post Next Post Post Views: 86
4 response to "Vanishing Lines"
I wonder if the old stone wall was a ‘Dry’ one and now they’re adding some cement to make the new one stronger.
Nice vanishing point, w/excellent bike placement. Well done.
Thanks, this is a very busy line so I had to be pretty quick before the next train came along.
You know you live ‘out’ when you have level crossings!