Shildon National Railway Museum: A blast from the past

On a recent trip back to the north-east I visited the Shildon National Railway Museum in County Durham. Armed with a 50mm prime lens and not much else I had a wander round. Entry is free and it is fascinating to see old engines from the golden age of rail being brought back to life by the dedicated enthusiasts. There were also a few model rail enthusiasts – see for yourself…

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