Tim's One Photograph a Day


The “Don’t Cross” Lights!

Don’t Cross! Something a little different today! Went out for a walk this evening, and decided these “Don’t

A Former Great Central Railway Bridge.

Great Central Railway Bridge. It is hard to believe that this was once a main railway line running from London to Sheffield vi

Leicester Road, Rugby. The nearly sunset!

Leicester Road, Rugby. There’s nothing more disappointing than seeing what looks like a brilliant sunset in the making &

The “Mail Rail” Post Office Railway.

Post Office Railway. This was something we had planned to do back in September. We had booked our trip on the Post Office Rail

The Motorhome and Caravan Show.

Motorhome Display. A day out today. We went to the NEC. Big enough to be a small town in its own right! We went to the Motorho

Long Exposure in George Street, Oxford.

Dusk in George Street, Oxford. We are back in Oxford. I have gone out at dusk this evening, and taken a few shots in George St

Bench with a View.

Bench Overlooking Shoreham Airport. This spot is in a quiet location on the South Downs. Yet this bench, in an Area of Outstan

The Disused Rewley Road Swing Bridge.

Rewley Road Swing Bridge. The Sheepwash Channel links the Oxford Canal with the Thames. The Rewley Road Swing Bridge used to c

The Site of the Former Oxford Canal Basin.

Oxford Canal Basin. It is hard to believe that this site was once the scene of bustling activity. Boats being loaded and unloa

Motorbike Scrambling in Abingdon.

Motorbike Scrambling. Once again, not a photograph I expected to be posting today! We saw this motorbike scrambling shortly af

Water Cyclist on the Thames!

Water Cyclist. I had already taken my photograph of the day. Then I saw this water cyclist and, of course, this just had to ta

Reading’s Lost Coley Branch Railway Line.

Preserved Remains of the Coley Branch. Google Maps satellite view is quite a good way of spotting old railway lines. This was

Skew Railway Bridge, Kennet & Avon Canal.

Skew Railway Bridge. Today’s photograph marks a minor milestone for us. Cruising under this skew railway bridge, we are

Prototype Brown Boveri Gas Turbine 18000.

Brown Boveri Gas Turbine GWR/BR 18000. Having gone to the Didcot Steam Railway Centre today, you might expect a photo of a ste

Bridges Across the Tyne from the Train.

Bridges Across the Tyne. Today’s photograph was taken on the journey home. We are in Newcastle, viewing some of the Brid

Dunrobin Castle Station on the Far North Line.

Main Building, Dunrobin Castle Station. As stations go, this one is something rather different from the norm. Dunrobin Castle

The Old Bridge of Oich.

Remains of Former Swing Bridge and Restored Bridge of Oich. Two for the price of one in today’s photograph of the Bridge

Military Jet Fighter over Loch Ness.

Military Jet Fighter Training over the Great Glen. We took a trip boat on Loch Ness today – as if we hadn’t cruise

Corpach Shipwreck, Loch Linnhe, Fort William.

Corpach Shipwreck, Caol. We took a wander to the far end of the Caledonian Canal. This is where is meets Loch Linnhe, which is

Neptune’s Staircase Locks, Fort William.

Neptune’s Staircase. We have made it to the western end of the Caledonian Canal. At least, as far as we can cruise on ou