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    Passing through Radcliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire, returning to Carnforth from King's Lynn on March 18 following the Nigel Dobbing Memorial Special the day before.
    6D1-7083-3 by Bob Owen, on Flickr
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    Default Re: MN Class 35018 British India Line

    Nice shot, the lifted safety valve has added some nice steam.
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    Default Re: MN Class 35018 British India Line

    Great shot, nicely composed.

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    Nice one...
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    Default Re: MN Class 35018 British India Line

    Lovely image

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    Default Re: MN Class 35018 British India Line

    Thanks for the nice comments.

    I don't usually shoot fast moving objects with the 6D but the train was slowing for a 20mph Speed restriction so I had a go. 1/400 @ f5 ISO 320 works quite well although on reflection a smaller aperture with higher ISO would have brought the coaches more into focus.
    The safety valves lifting was an added bonus.
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