Next Stop the Tea Rooms

FiestaRedFiestaRed Derbyshire, EnglandPosts: 113Registered Users Major grins
edited July 30, 2019 in Street and Documentary

An early but sunny start for the trams on the road up at Crich Tramway Village in Derbyshire, UK. This one stopping at the Rita's Tea Rooms for a well earned break.

The tower on the rock face high in the background is Crich Stand, a memorial to the men of the Sherwood Foresters Regiment who died in battle, especially Word War I. The arched bridge is the Bowes-Lyon Bridge named after the Queen Mother and was moved from Stagenoe Park in Hertfordshire and rebuilt at Crich Tramway in 1992.

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  • FiestaRedFiestaRed Derbyshire, EnglandPosts: 113Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 30, 2019

    Apologies, can't see how to delete a post.

  • toragstorags Major grins Posts: 4,333Registered Users Major grins

    Why delete... Looks good to me & thanks for the info...

    Rags
  • JuanoJuano Major grins Brasilia, BrazilPosts: 3,642Registered Users Major grins

    Lots to like in this pic, the beautiful tram, the entrance to the tea house is well framed, unobstructed, the leading lines of the railway and the fantastic blue truck in the background. Overall it is a well composed shot. I like it.

  • FiestaRedFiestaRed Derbyshire, EnglandPosts: 113Registered Users Major grins

    Thank you both for the kind words, they are really appreciated.

    I wasn't looking to delete the main post but the one below it. I rather stupidly made a double post of the original image not being able to find out how I could delete the post and eventually changed the words to ask if it could be deleted. Thanks for the help.

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