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photoblog image Worcester Shrub Hill Station

Worcester Shrub Hill Station

Not exactly the Flying Scotsman

 

I just love this song 

 

 

Worcester Shrub Hill Station

Not exactly the Flying Scotsman

 

I just love this song 

 

 

comments (8)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 18 Oct 2016, 00:49
"...ain't going nowhere!"
Bill Phillips: Just like me
Quite obliged to stop with all these red signs Bill!
Well done.
Bill Phillips: Indeed it would be unwise not to do so!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 18 Oct 2016, 07:19
A rare thing indeed to see semaphore signals these days, although they do have them at sunny Droitwich too. The train looks new!
Bill Phillips: Indeed they do. I rather like taking train pictures and might even buy an anorak
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 18 Oct 2016, 08:08
Now that's a rare sight having semaphore signals. It looks to be a large station with at least three platforms. The train looks very smart.
Bill Phillips: Platform 3 is only a little short thing and was where that GWR 125 thing was lurking. I don't think it is used much for actual trains
The train I get from London Padd to kemble always states that it ends at Worcester shurb hill, and i HAVE OFTEN WONDERED WHAT THE PLACE IS LIKE. tHANK YOU FOR SHOWING THE STATION.

Sandy has quite a good voice.
Bill Phillips: It has a very fine, and unique waiting room. I may post a picture of it if I can be bothered

I always liked her voice, it had a sad and plaintiff quality to it.
I don't usually stop in to see trains but am glad I did to hear the song. I haven't heard it in a long, long time.
Bill Phillips: I have the Album it is from and still play it. She was a wonderful singer
Great shot bill, and goo to see the semaphore signals, long may they be there, Network Rail are doing all they can to get rid of all that still remain!
Bill Phillips: I suppose technology moves on and no doubt modern signalling is better, but I do like the old semaphore signals
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 18 Oct 2016, 18:49
More like a bus on tracks!

Sandy Denny - what a tragic case. I love her voice and bought Liege and Leif on CD earlier this year. Fabulous.
Bill Phillips: She was a very sad loss and never quite got the recognition she deserved. I have got this old Sandy Denny and the Strawbs album and it still sounds good!

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