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Date: 06/20/20 07:12
Poppyfest
Author: 55002

Poppies seem so unpredictable. All of a sudden, a field of them will appear. That happened near where I live, so nipped out for some morning trains. A High Speed Train is working empty stock from Leeds to Sheffield, to take up its East Midland Railway service to London. Followed by a Leeds to Sheffied 'local' with a pair of class 158 diesel units. Photos taken just south of Wakefield.   chris uk.






Date: 06/20/20 08:15
Re: Poppyfest
Author: 86235

Very nice Chris, poppies seem to have erupted in the last few days since we've had all that rain.



Date: 06/20/20 08:31
Re: Poppyfest
Author: krm152

Excellent scenic photos.  Thanks for your posting.
ALLEN



Date: 06/20/20 09:19
Re: Poppyfest
Author: RNinRVR

Beautiful scene and nice to see the 125's still going.

Sharon Evans
Glen Allen, VA



Date: 06/20/20 12:20
Re: Poppyfest
Author: exhaustED

Wow, fabulous colour, nice shots in the fair county of Yorkshire, Chris.



Date: 06/21/20 16:52
Re: Poppyfest
Author: Peak45068

Nice to see my old commuter patch again after many years traveling on the 0628 Sheff-Leeds and 1648/1748 Leeds-Sheff services between Swinton and Leeds. The pics look like they were taken around Hare Park Junction?

Not too much commuter action for me now though, living 40 miles south of Atlanta, GA!

Nice colours and compostion KOYLI!

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Date: 06/24/20 07:08
Re: Poppyfest
Author: 55002

Peak45068 Wrote:
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 The pics look like they were taken around
> Hare Park Junction?
>


Many thanks. The photos are just south of Sandal & Agbrigg station.  chris uk



Date: 06/25/20 19:14
Re: Poppyfest
Author: gaspeamtrak

I have Poppies between my house and the neighbours and they last a week if we are lucky... :):):)



Date: 06/25/20 20:30
Re: Poppyfest
Author: cabsignaldrop

Very nice photos!



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