Fife Heritage Railway

What could be more entertaining than a photography enthusiast doing his thing while some railway restoration enthusiasts were doing theirs? That was the joy when I recently had the opportunity to do a shoot at Fife Heritage Railway. This one was especially enjoyable as I regarded it as a documentary shoot – capturing something of the story and it’s context.

Here are some of my personal favourites from the shoot.

fading,and rusting train engine

Old engine

coupling two trains

coupling up

reconditioned old train engine

Old steam engine

cleaning a steam engine

cleaning

how railway wagons are coupled together

coupled wagons

checking the train engine

train engineer

life on the footplate

train driver

All the photographs were processed in Lightroom with some further, minor adjustments for tone in Photoshop.

 

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