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Report - Carlisle Upperby TMD (Traction Maintenance Depot) - March 2014

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Natalie Faunch, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. Natalie Faunch

    Natalie Faunch 28DL Member
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    Carlisle Upperby TMD is a railway Traction Maintenance Depot situated in Carlisle, England. The depot is operated by the English, Welsh & Scottish Railway. Although the depot is a TMD, the depot presently is used for storage of West Coast Main Line equipment. The depot was originally of service to steam locomotives (shed code 12A). The depot code is now CL.

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    A really nice visit, I must say.

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  2. Els

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    Hi Nat, looks a good splore mate but the colour saturation is a bit too much for my taste. Might be worth sorting out the image size on some of them too. For some reason I think I've seen these pics before?
     
  3. Natalie Faunch

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    The theme for my uni project is editing photos in this way, and I took the photos at sunset, thats the reason for the mad saturation levels! Seen them before? I only took them on 7/3/14! And I can assure you, they're my photos. I have the originals, including some photos of my friends in this location.
    Its a lovely spot though! A bit of climbing needed to get there, but nothing too difficult.
     
  4. Els

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    For my money they look more processed than saturation caused by the light.

    I didn't say they weren't :confused
     
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    I'm not 100% sold on the editing but it looks a nice mooch this:thumb
     
  6. Dieselkid 63

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    Why no trains :(
     
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