Photographer's Note

Today’s post is a continuation from yesterday on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway at Grosmont. This is for Tomi (t0mmm1), Antonio (ajcsousa) and Lars (Tue) who wanted to see a sepia version. I attach the original in WS to see which you prefer. On the sepia version I cropped a person on the seat and cloned two people out. Please before you look at the WS, see if you can find evidence of cloning and let me know. This was taken on the return from our walk, so about 4 hours later than yesterday’s post.
Engine 45212 was first built in 1935, and was the last engine to undertake steam passenger duties in ordinary British Rail service in 1968. Taking 18 months to complete, the engine was refurbished at a cost of £300.000 and re-entered service in October 2002. The other engine has a plaque over its number for some reason; sorry I have no idea about that.
Hope you like it.

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