Posted by Travis Dewitz on July 9, 2009 
What a scene!
Posted by Nscalemike on July 9, 2009 
Definitely an amazing scene you captured there Phil.
Posted by Dennis A. Livesey on July 10, 2009 
Looks like a detail-crazed model railroader creation. I love the activity and proximity. Outstanding, National Geographic quality.
Posted by Steve Armitage on July 10, 2009 
What an absolutely superb image chock full of interest. This is an instant favourite and a PCA award too. I notice that the footpath across the bridge avoids steel palisade fencing, no H&S nonsense here. It's amazing how the pedestrians all manage to survive under such exposed conditions. I suppose it must be a large daily dose of common sense, there's little chance of an outbreak of that commodity in the UK!
Posted by Donald Haskel on July 10, 2009 
A scene very rich in texture and atmosphere. Beautiful take Phil.
Posted by Joel Hinkhouse on July 10, 2009 
Phil, amazing photo ... so much to look at. Where does the rail line go behind the tender: into the rocks, or along the rock wall? It's so much different than the vast majority of the photos posted. This scene evokes somewhat of a sense of wonder.
Posted by Chris Kilroy on July 10, 2009 
This is an incredible photo. Thanks for sharing, Phil!
Posted by cmdrflake on July 10, 2009 
It is difficult to imagine how it was possible to see such scenes in the 21st century, but here is the proof that it was. I had the chance to see "real" day to day steam in 1957, which is a long time ago.
Posted by Robert Olson on July 10, 2009 
It appears the train bridge is also being used as a Pedestrian bridge, A very Interesting Picture , Thanks for sharing
Posted by Chris Imhoff on May 4, 2014 
Amazing picture. It is so much fun to look at. Just a wonderful picture. An artist would have a tough time dreaming up the world that this picture creates. I'd like to have the picture with copyright made into a poster. I'd like to hang it up somewhere for all the world to enjoy. Thank you Phil Cottererill.
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