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Hagg Bank - Aug 2012 by neonwilderness Hagg Bank - Aug 2012 by neonwilderness
Running well out if it's normal area, East Midlands Trains HST 43049 and 43054 skirt alongside the River Tyne at Hagg Bank, just west of Wylam, with the return leg of a UKRailtours tour from Carlisle to London St Pancras.

1Z43 14:40 Carlisle - London St Pancras

Hagg Bank Bridge originally carried the North Tyne Loop from Scotswood and joined up with the Newcastle & Carlisle railway more or less where the trailing power car is. It now carries a cyclepath.

Merged to HDR with Photomatix and processed with Photoshop.
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bigreddoganna Apr 8, 2013
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:iconrobsouzza:
Really beautiful shot!
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Wordworker Aug 19, 2012  Professional Writer
Gorgeous shot!
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TheMightyQuinn Aug 19, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
It's worthy of a travel poster!

(I can't decide if it needs rotating a little to get the horizon level. I really like the composition, and I think that might suffer if you rotated it.)
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shenanigan87 Aug 18, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Stunning image! Love all the different elements, not just the train but also the flowers in the foreground, the bridge in the background, cloudscapes... A feast for the eye!
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Akeschnyder Aug 18, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
beautiful!
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The-WrinklyNinja Aug 18, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Great shot, and what a very busy picture!
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