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Report - Train Carriages - Rotherham - July 2010

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Franky_Family, Oct 14, 2010.

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    An abandoned set of train carriages less than a half mile outside the town of Rotherham. They sat on a disused piece of track.

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    I saw the decay on this wooden footplate and experimented with this interesting angle.

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    the disused and overgrown stretch of track where the carriages stood. About fifty feet down it joined the main line. Trains roll past it all the time.

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    An old chair in the guards room covered in rags, and I think a tire, for some reason.

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    Who leaves a fire extinguisher behind? I know taking souvenirs is frowned on and I wouldn't do it. But I was tempted in this case. Didn't though. It would just be and interesting thing to keep.

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    That upholstery has to be a good indicator how old this train is. Ugly pattern like that has to be from the 80's at least.

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