OK... how? That's pretty cool. software stitched together a bunch of separate pics?
It’s 12 x DSLR images stitched together with Microsoft Image Composite Editor, to make a 360 degree panorama, then that was transformed into a Little Planet with GetPaint.net
Wow,Sorry.its been already a week.
My question which is your favourite train and why?
Hmmm - in terms of the 3 types I drive now, probably a Class 334 - that’s what I trained on first and the ones I know most about when things go wrong! I’ve driven all the other ScotRail traction types except the 380 and 385 and the most comfortable I’ve worked on is definitely a Class 170, but I was never qualified on them!
Absolutely beautiful part of the world. I go to Morar/Mallaig every year.
I used to be there 3/4 days a week. Not so much now, but I’m camping there for a weekend in June Sea Kayaking again!
Are the white streaks the sun??
Tell me more! How did you do it? Why is it not straight, what process did you use?
where do you sell your prints?
Nice photo, what safety checks do you need to do?
Brakes, Lights, Horn, Doors, Comms equipment, circuit breakers and emergency equipment, Various Safety systems (Emergency Brake operation, Vigilance, Driver Reminder Appliance And Driver Safety Device) and traction power from cabs at both ends of the train, Plus a walk through to check everything internally (fire extinguishers, Lights, seats, toilet etc) Takes approx 10 minutes per train...
I work through Waverly quite often. It's definitely multiple exposures. The station is block signal operated - only one train is allowed in one signal block.
Apart from the permissive working platforms... And yes - its 27 separate exposures (from 250 or so on the day) to get the trains in the right places without breaking things. The real giveaway though should be the 2 car 170 unit exiting Platform 11 into X line in the Mound Tunnel... since they don't exist!