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The Leighton Buzzard Light Railway

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My son and I continued our tour of the steam railways of Britain this weekend with a visit to "Buzzrail" a preserved narrow gauge railway originally used for hauling sand from the quarries to the mainline. Apparently Leighton Buzzard sand is so good they even sell it to Saudi Arabia. The railway runs about three miles to the Stonehenge works. These visits are always a great opportunity to add to my collection of candid portraits, full of characters who are willing to chat about their hobby whilst I indulge mine. 

 

 

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I'll bet you'll get more people to appreciate these photos if the thread were in the "people" section.  Want me to move it?

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I'll bet you'll get more people to appreciate these photos if the thread were in the "people" section. Want me to move it?

Yes please Stu, think you are right. Thanks.

 

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