Legacy sets of photographs of railways, Cambridge and other stuff which still linger on various bits of teh interwebs until I get round to cleaning them up. Mostly grotty old scans from before the days of affordable digital cameras, never mind social media. Not really very interesting!
That any general system of conveying passengers would … go at a velocity exceeding ten miles an hour, or thereabouts, is extremely improbable.
Thomas Tredgold, Practical Treatise on Railroads & Carriages, 1825
- Belgium. Trams and trains
- Canada. Ontario in winter, and a trans-continental holiday.
- Czech Republic. Holiday snaps.
- France. TGV, inevitably.
- Germany. Harz steam.
- Iceland. Yes, it did have a railway. I’ve not seen what’s left, but my dad has.
- Republic of Ireland. Bright orange trains.
- Malaysia. Trainspotting out in the midday sun.
- Poland. Real steam in 2002.
- UAE. Photos I’ve been sent showing railways in the Emirates.
- United Kingdom
…For Cambridge people rarely smile,
Being urban, squat, and packed with guile…
Rupert Brooke, The Old Vicarage, Grantchester
- Cambridge people
- Pembroke General Admissions 2000
- Pembroke College Winnie-the-Pooh Society
- Becky Taylor’s birthday party
- Japanese language course summer 2000
- The Pembroke June event 2001
- Punting to Grantchester September 2002
- MA ceremony and dinner March 2003