Unofficial Screenshot Contest 2022 Week 22

Discussion in 'Creation Centre' started by Craigie-C, Jun 5, 2022.

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  1. 1970s / 1980s

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  2. The Colour Red

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  3. Freight Traffic

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  4. Passenger Services

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  5. Close Up

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  1. Craigie-C

    Craigie-C Well-Known Member

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    Rules:
    - Screenshot should be in some way (can be very tenuous) linked to the theme. Otherwise anything goes.
    - You can enter up to 3 screenshots, posted as separate posts. You can delete and replace if you wish.
    - 3rd party content / Reshades / Reskins etc. are welcomed but are not mandatory.
    - Previous week's winner to decide winner (can't enter themselves).
    - The winner chooses the new theme for next week (and becomes the new judge).

    Entries will close at 9:00 PM BST on Friday, June 10th and will be judged by me - Craigie-C

    In the event of this weeks winner not responding by 5 PM Sunday, 12th June a new thread will be created using the theme with the highest votes in this weeks poll.


    This weeks theme will be: Black & White / Sepia
    Good luck to all.
     
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    Western No.D1000 "Western Enterprise" and Castle Class 5093 "Upton Castle" wait at Exeter St David's.
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    Riviera Line in The 50s.
     
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  3. cscarpenter

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    Hurtling through Seaton Junction, 35016 with a rake of Bulleid coaches.
    Loco:- BMG Merchant Navy + MT Bulleid Coaches
    Route:- [GA] West of England Mainline
     
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    cscarpenter Well-Known Member

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    Loco:- DT Midland Railway “Double Johnson” Spinner
    Route:- Wycombe Railway & Joint Line Plus
     
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    Riviera Line in the Fifties (3).jpg
    It's a busy day at Newton Abbot station as a GWR Grange Class prepares to depart with a freight train. A GWR Hall Class can be seen shunting around the yard and in the background a GWR Castle Class and a GWR King Class are resting in the sheds.

    Locos: GWR Grange Class, GWR Hall Class, GWR Castle Class, GWR King Class
    Route: Riviera Line in the Fifties: Exeter - Kingswear
     
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    A pair of black & white (see what I did there?) Norfolk Southern SD70M-2s haul loaded coal hoppers Eastbound from Bailey coal mine.
    Addons used: DTG Norfolk Southern Coal District | DTG Norfolk Southern SD70M-2 (from SD70 V2 Volume 2) with Searchlight Simulations EMD 16N-710G3C-II Sound Enhancement Pack | Searchlight Simulations/Jointed Rail Norfolk Southern 100T Hoppers | Reshade | Adobe Photoshop (for B&W work)

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    May, 1955 - A Pennsy E6 speeds along with a short commuter train on the New York and Long Branch, just North of Bay Head Junction.
    Route Used: North Jersey Coast Line
    Locomotive Used: PRR E6
     
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    September, 1936 - Having suffered a mechanical failure earlier in the day, C&S Roundhouse crews in Golden, CO work late into the night on B4D #63. Sister engine #65 can be seen in the background, tucked away for the night with her fire banked.
    Route Used: Clear Creek Narrow Gauge
    Locomotive Used: Baldwin B4D
     
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    A trio of southerners on a day out up t'North at Cheddleton on the Churnet Valley Line.
    Locos:- (DT) SCER H Class, (VW) Stroudley Terrier, (DT) LSWR Adams Radial
    Route:- (VP) Churnet Valley Line
     
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    Craigie-C Well-Known Member

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    OMG!
    Trying to pick a winner from this lot is going to be a nightmare, :love:
    Keep them coming they are all amazing. :cool::D
     
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    The time has come for me to try and pick a winner. I really want to award first place to all of you, I have seriously enjoyed seeing your contributions they are just amazing.
    Eventually I have decided to narrow it down to:-
    In 3rd Place - Blazin for this cracking shot of Newton Abbott, it is like a photo from a history book.
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    In 2nd Place & runner up for this week - Pookyhead for this amazing Castle & Western shot
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    And finally just had to go with this brilliant shot
    1st place and the honour of picking next week's theme goes to Buynot.
    The clever use of depth of field really enhances the sense of a speeding loco. Well done.
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    Thanks to all for taking the time to contribute, I now hand over the Master Key to Buynot to take us all forward.
     
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    Nick Y Well-Known Member

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    Great shots this week and worthy winners.
    Apologies for being absent for the last few weeks in these competitions, I've been busy remodelling my home and with family issues so not had much time to play and grab some shots.
     
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    Oooh, in that case I might have to rethink :D
    Whatever you used it just worked, it really captured the sense of speed in a still image.
    That's the main reason I love this thread, you can be as creative as you like by any means available to you. Keep them coming :cool:
     
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