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Choccie Box 4 of 5

Choccie Box 4 of 5

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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 18 Apr 2013, 01:25
ye gawds!

Plastic fuschias guarding the Privates!
Bill Phillips: Those Fuchsias were for real Ray!
Is this the back door of the house that had the same PRIVATE sign on the gate.. if so you are trespassing Bill... but the shot is worth it....petersmile
Bill Phillips: I think this was originally the station master's house and is actually lived in, but I am not sure about that. This side was next to the platform but certainly wasn't open to the public
Nice shot Bill - I like the angle and the colors. This is a lovely entrance!
Bill Phillips: Thanks Elizabeth. It is a beautifully restored station
  • Chris
  • England
  • 18 Apr 2013, 06:20
Hmm...looks like a very twee corner of a railway establishment too me. Chomp!
Bill Phillips: Still at Arley station Tiffo. It is a delight to the chocolate box lover's eye
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 18 Apr 2013, 06:37
Neat living, Bill
Bill Phillips: I would love to live here!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 18 Apr 2013, 07:27
So this is a privvy then (unless it's a private privvy). Looks like this Arley station; it is a delight (well, if you like Great Western things).
Bill Phillips: It is and I do.
yes I agree with Chris about the railway association
Bill Phillips: Did you read my reply?
  • Chad
  • Where latitude and attitude meet
  • 18 Apr 2013, 08:57
Interesting choice of colour (brown) for the well maintained choccie box gutteridge comrade.
Bill Phillips: A particularly fine example of gutteridge, the like of which I very much doubt you will find in Greenland
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 18 Apr 2013, 08:59
This is proper, old merry England as I love it - wonderful gutterridge! And all so finely restored with love- yes, the Englishmen love their railway stations! I have a collegue who is also caring for abandoned railway buildings, i.e. gardening...
Bill Phillips: There are a lot of enthusiastic volunteers on the various heritage railways Philine. The results of all their hard work are enjoyed by many people
You photograph this instead of a steam train, you are a plonked Sir.
Bill Phillips: Photographed whilst waiting for a train. Anyway the railway buildings are part of the enjoyment
That is a lovely flower basket
Bill Phillips: I wish I could make them look like this
I guessed it was a railway house,Bill,certainly well maintained,lovely flowers.
Bill Phillips: The Severn Valley Railway is a delight Frank
  • Frances
  • United States
  • 18 Apr 2013, 13:15
Beautiful shot Bill! Colorful with great clarity.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Frances. It was certainly very colourful
Lovely little doorway but to be honest I would definitely have moved that trolley handle out of the way.
Bill Phillips: If I wasn't so lazy I would clone it out.
A wonderful basket of flowers to ornate this pleasant place Bill!
Bill Phillips: I wish I could grow flowers in a hanging basket like this Richard
great shot. nice burst of colour
Bill Phillips: Thank you very much ayush
A gorgeous mixture of colourful blooms to great you as you come & go through that door, Bill. I imagine if they removed the private sign there would be hordes of people trying to gain access.
Bill Phillips: There would indeed Beverly as the Severn Valley railway gets many thousands of visitors every year

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