Here we are at Combwich, and the Highbridge and Bridgwater trains are both timed to depart within 2 minutes of each other, just enough time for Hissing Sid the signalman to reset the route between trains.
With just a few minutes until the steamy spell of Bedlam, Derek and Clive are chatting about the price of the much celebrated Combwich crab and how it’s almost doubled in price in recent times. Clive standing to the right does look rather like Deliberation Dave with his stance, but that’s just coincidence I’m sure.
And as we pan right, Waving Wayne is waving again (he’s never been seen not waving in all his 52 years), just a friendly Monday morning wave, spying Hubert the conversational Latin speaking horse giving Harry the Hammer a few words of wisdom, in Latin of course. As it always the case, it’s almost the end of Harry’s shift, he being on nights tapping and bashing things with his hammer. Though they’re unlikely to spot Wayne through the gap between the locomotive and its train.
And finally, despite being in the middle of the summer, it’s looks like another dull day, but from a photography aspect, those clouds do make for a great photo, so much better than an even grey sky.
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