Hmmmm, back up today in another bout of random thinginess, or some such.
As it was a nice day, and I have to go back to work tomorrow , I decided I really should make the most of it and go out somewhere. After some dithering, I decided on Carlisle, as I hadn’t been for a while, so I was at the station in plenty of time to catch a train there. For reasons that probably make sense to somebody, they run old, small trains on this route, despite them getting very busy with travellers with luggage (at a guess, people who live in Cumbria getting flights from Newcastle), general passengers (including the traditional group of ladies drinking Prosecco) and, err, Jeremy Corbyn. Yes, the leader of the Labour Party was on the train. A few people greeted him in a generally positive manner, and one guy got a selfie as Jeremy got off at one station or another.
Anyway, I ate a sandwich on the train (bought at Newcastle, they don’t do catering on that line…) and arrived at Carlisle as planned. I had a wander, visited the castle (have to keep using that English Heritage card, you know…) then decided I’d walked enough and headed back to the station in plenty of time to get an equally crowded train back to Newcastle.
More acts of photography were committed, including this one of the castle
Again, this is an unedited JPG using the X-T2’s Acros film simulation which I’ve decided I like rather a lot.
 A quick search suggests 2 and a half years…