We were waiting on Aberystwyth Station for our steam train, which was going to take us on a wonderful trip through the Welsh Mountains, when I spotted two men chatting. Β I then of course had to take a photo, like you do πŸ™‚

7 Replies to “Talking Trains”

  1. Someday your photos will be put on display in a gallery as examples of everyday life in the early 21st Century. I just hope you’re still around to see it! πŸ™‚

    1. It’s a lovely thought Pat and who knows. Sorry a bit late with a reply, but my 18 year granddaughter was rushed into hospital at the weekend and operated on for a perforated appendix this afternoon, hopefully she will be ok, as long as she doesn’t get an infection. She is a strong little thing and I’m sure she will be ok πŸ™‚ We are also in the middle of really strong winds, almost as bad as when we were on Rhode Island at the tail end of a hurricane. I’m sure will find lots of damaged in the morning,but we have got to get throughout the rest of the night yet !!!!

  2. Sorry to hear about your granddaughter! Those things are terrifying, but they can take care of them so much better these days. She’ll be up and going in no time. I’ve heard there’s been some rather wild weather in Britain. I hope none of that damage is to your roof! Stay warm and dry. πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks Pat, it was wild and windy last night, but we were lucky, our power stayed on. In fact there were just a few plant pots knocked over, which is amazing because from the sound of it last night, it should have been more. Its a little windy tonight, and hopefully it will stay a little πŸ™‚

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