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Guyra at 1320 m ( 14330 feet ) above sea level makes it the highest town on the New England Tableland. The old railway station is now a museum...hope to have more time to spend there next time.

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Paul Dovie Jr14-Sep-2007 10:19
Most train depots are turned into museums or gift shops. Very sad. This photo looks great as a B&W.
Guest 08-Jan-2006 11:36
Very quaint. Makes you think of byegone days! You should of taken an axe with you (to get rid of that tree) LOL:-)
Guest 22-Dec-2005 03:30
I like it. Like your treatment. And this strange tree! It adds a lot to the image.
wernere0120-Dec-2005 11:17
I think there are not many things that give us a feeling for history, passing time and broken dreams, like railroads out of use do. Fine picture. It would be a totally different one without the railroads in front.
Graham Tomlin20-Dec-2005 11:07
lovely picture regards Helen
Graham Tomlin20-Dec-2005 11:07
lovely picture regards Helen
Johan Toll20-Dec-2005 07:12
Very nice atmosphere! Love the atmosphere!
Hans Meerbeek20-Dec-2005 06:38
B/W and foggy background is beautiful!
Gary Winters20-Dec-2005 03:22
You have a New England in Australia too? I never knew that!
Elaine (etfitz)20-Dec-2005 03:19
Wonderful b&w!
purpod20-Dec-2005 03:13
Xllnt B&W shot & too bad you didn't have the time this go 'round; looks like a great place to explore ~
Guest 20-Dec-2005 01:38
now this is where i would love to visit..a old railroad station, nice photo...
Also, i know Chris would love to visit this place too, at 10 years old he
loves anything to do with the railroad, old or new..
i voted for this one...
Yvonne20-Dec-2005 01:34
Now that takes me back a few years! Very suited to b&w, good choice!
Breland20-Dec-2005 01:26
Nice as a b&w Laine.
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