Apologies if this thread is being covered elsewhere...
As I'm sure many people will be aware, tomorrow, 6th June 2011, marks 40 years since the "Last Steam Train on the Underground" ran, a demonstration works train from Moorgate to Neasden Depot, together with an open day there.
I'm sure many people will also be aware that Fotopic, who hosted many online photo collections, including my own, went out of business back in March this year. This is just to let everyone know that I have now started a replacement site with Smugmug, and have a few of my LT steam pictures on my new site, the LT steam collection can be found here:
I've a long way to go before I get back to where I was with Fotopic, but I'm taking the opportunity to re-process the pictures as my skills and techniques have improved (?) over the years since I first started scanning old slides, so it will take me a while to upload everything anew.
Sample shot here:
Clicking on this image will take you too the larger picture on my site with full caption.
Thanks once again Geoff... somewhere I still have that 10000 photo you sent me! I work every day with classic, usually ex-magazine photos of the highest standards and yet yours still amaze me with the quality of image and subject.
Vintage transport magazine Deputy Editor; Journalist; Author. Died 2012.
Great photos Geoff - I posted a news item on RMweb with a link to your excellent photos and of course credited you
Thanks for doing that Xerces, I keep meaning to update links to my site on various forums, but there is always so much to do that I keep forgetting. I'm doing my best to get as much on to my new site as I can, but it's a slow and time consuming process as I like to be able to upload the best quality photos that I can, which means some reprocessing of old scans is necessary as my standards keep increasing...