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Super photos, Mathieu and Pieter! I aggree with Pieter, the compression and composition really makes for a great photos, Mathieu!
 



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"Petrol lamp of S 3/6 3634 steam locomotive"

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Getting the injector going (Dutch narrow gauge railway museum, Leiden)


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Nijkerk-Ede-Barneveld-railway a.k.a. the Chicken Line:

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Historic tram from Arnhem, in the open air museum (openluchtmuseum), also in Arnhem.


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I am probably getting old, but I like this old tram much more than the modern ones. So much more character ! TFS Pieter
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Post Options Post Options   Quote addy landzaat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 June 2020 at 08:03
Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

I am probably getting old, but I like this old tram much more than the modern ones. So much more character ! TFS Pieter
I did not know you are THAT old - it is a 1929 tram

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Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

I am probably getting old, but I like this old tram much more than the modern ones. So much more character ! TFS Pieter
I did not know you are THAT old - it is a 1929 tram

Not THAT old Addy!
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I think you're old enough to remember this one (and in this colour)


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This one was standing at the station in Nijmegen after a historic excursion the weekend before.
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

I think you're old enough to remember this one (and in this colour)


Indeed Pieter, I am THAT old   
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Had the place to myself, was just told to watch out for the open pits (not a gov. run operation)
I thought of climbing on board but then decided; Don't push it!

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What a beast and great location Joseph! Glad you made it safely with the open pits. No need to fence them if it is not run by the govt.?
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Tram in Budapest

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