train to edinburgh

Having to do a filler today. We lost our internet connection (thank you, Talktalk) so i've taken my little tablet thing to a cafe to use theirs. My computer is a desktop, which is where my photos reside. Fortunately i happened to have a few on the tablet thing that i took in November. Here is one of them.

We may be without a connection for a few weeks (worst case), but I'll try to find a way to keep up with the new postings. Unfortunately, i don't think the tablet's memory is adequate. I'll see what i can do.
A great pov!
posted December 6th, 2017  
What a splendid structure!
posted December 6th, 2017  
So imposing! Good luck with your internet woes!
posted December 6th, 2017  
Lovely composition. May the technology deities smile on your plight soon, very soon.
posted December 6th, 2017  
I love this image, the pov and B&W are wonderful :)
posted December 6th, 2017  
Ouch, I feel your pain! We used to be with TalkTalk. Not an especially positive experience overall for us, so we swapped. I do hope your connection is sorted soon for you. In the meantime, this is a lovely image of a wonderful viaduct.
posted December 7th, 2017  
This is an amazing structure. The Victorians were so good at them. Hope you have your internet back now.
posted December 7th, 2017  
how we rely on the internet nowadays, hope it's back on soon. Nice POV.
posted December 7th, 2017  
I wish you very much that you have a good internet connection soon.
The viaduct with the beautiful textures in the columns you captured very nicely - good decision for b & w. It's also good that you waited until a train arrived - nice pov. You seem to have stood in the middle of the thicket - quite a job.
You have a very nice album.
Thanks for following - follow you back.
posted December 8th, 2017  
Wonderful image- wishing you’ll have ur connection soon
posted December 9th, 2017  
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