Engine Tank

To finish this week’s theme, here’s one last shot of the restored Fowler 0-6-0 steam engine that stands outside the Erwood Station Arts Centre. This particular example has what looks like a water tank on the side, just in front of the driver’s cab. I just love the rich blacks in this shot, and the way the textured metal reflects the low winter sun.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s shots. I’ll be back on Monday with my next set of photos to share with you.

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