This image is from early this year , my second visit to the train shed in Belgium. This was a nice easy one, walk in with workers in the area passing through, most likely thinking that we were train geeks, we got on with out work, they got on with theirs.

Strangely some of the engines had moved since the last visit despite being boxed in by yet more disused engines outside of the shed. Most of what is left there is partially taken apart, so how they were moved I have no idea.

 (Mark Blundell)

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There are only so many images that you can take here, everyone seems to come up with something similar (see other images in th gallery) for this one I wanted to try to capture the size of the shed and create nice leading lines with the pillars guiding the eyes in different directions. I was also keen to darken the image too as it was rather bright initially. Processed as usual with Photiomatix / Photoshop and Nik Filters.  I’ve included the middle bracket to illustrate how flat the initial shot is.

 (Mark Blundell)