Anyone that reads this blog regularly knows that we love trains so it should be no surprise that the biggest problem for me with this challenge was choosing which photos to use. I do have over forty years’ worth of train photos even if less than half are on the computer.
The first one is in the shed at Don River Railway. The second one, which looks very American is Wee Georgie Wood. We visited that little railway at Tullah earlier in the year.
Now for tracks here is a trestle bridge on the West Coast Wilderness Railway that runs between Strahan and Queenstown and the track showing the cogs that help the train up the incline. It hardly stopped raining on this trip which was ten years ago now.
Currently I’m trialling Adobe Photo Shop Elements for a month before deciding whether to buy it or not. I probably will. I had a version of it on an earlier computer and liked it. So, I decided to play with it to edit some old photos from the 1970s. The photos are scans and not very good ones I admit but it’s fun to play with them. One day I’ll scan the originals again and do a better job.