In the days of steam and heavy passenger trains on the Bristol Line, the big N&W J-class locomotives would frequently hit 90 MPH or more between Abingdon and Wallace---coming down Wyndale Hill (this location)---particularly if they were running behind schedule (which was usually the case, since the Bristol trains were long, heavy, and carried quite a bit of mail and express). I opted for a pan shot standing on the side of Wyndale Road. This was taken at 1/30th of a second. These are difficult to pull off, and I screw up more than I get right (because I don't match the speed of the train precisely as I pan around). In this case I visually locked in on a spot behind the smokebox and followed through. You can read the builder's plate, so I would rate this one acceptable.