These are just photos I have saved because I like them.
Smoking is good for you! I guess she is Japanese. I wonder if they saved the cigarette tins to make arms?
I did show you the beach that is set up each summer on the banks of the Tyne River in Newcastle, England. This a nice shot and the weather appears to be quite warm.
And they complain about young people being tuned out with buds in their ears on public transport now!
This is the Duchess of Hamilton, by R L Kitterman. Isn't she just lovely. She is known as Coronation Class, built in 1938 and is based at England's National Rail Museum. 1938 and she could travel at 183 km/h, 114 mph. Amazing. The streamlined façade covers over a much more conventional looking train of the time.
Ah, this photo is mine. Yes, we have quite a number of Rolls Royce in Australia.
A little humour.
When my brother was little, he returned home without the jumper he had been wearing when he went out. Where is it, Mother asked. I got hooked on some blackberries, so I took it off. I rather think this machine may have suffered a similar fate. It won't go, Sergeant. Well, leave it there then.
I would like to say this is the fate of the dismantled Sydney Monorail cars, but no, they are from a place unknown to me.
Never mind WTF for the army vehicle. What is this about?
Last but not least, the loneliness of a long distance train. A gorgeous photo of an abandoned train engine in its watery grave. Maybe the water was somewhat higher in the past.