Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by grdaniel48, Jul 8, 2020.
Vosges department , in France
From northern Estonia and as lot of other Estos, am living and working in Helsinki met area in Finland.
Been travelling far and wide, lived in Sheffield (England) for number of years.
Two favourite countries in TSW are UK as I was living in there and it's special and Germany for personal reasons, travel reasons, trains, ppl and much more. Plus those two countries I can relate to as well.
Gloucester, England, home of the longest non-international railway platform in England.
Texas, baby! Yee-yee!
East Midlands UK
Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines
A Coruña / Galicia /Spain
USA - Texas
England, St Helens
USA - Brooklyn, New York City
[QUOTE =“ kennyjamesscott，邮编：169391，成员：12410”]来自爱沙尼亚北部和许多其他埃斯托斯人，在芬兰的赫尔辛基生活和工作。
Reminds me of Jane Austen's "Mansfield Park."
A lot of them are European players,
Home to the world’s largest operating mechanical signal box, Severn Bridge Junction
Autonomous Region: Catalonia
So yeah, I live in the second biggest city in Spain and one of the biggest metropolitan areas in the whole of Europe (more than 5M people) so there is a lot of railway activity:
High Speed AVE (Bird) Trains:
Lancashire UK, 1 minute from the west Coast main line
I grew up in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Lived 4 blocks from the Juniata shops and rail yard. I'm in Pittsburgh, PA now. The T line here in Pittsburgh would make a good commuter route. It's not too long, and has 2 lines with lots of stops to keep it interesting.
Fife, Scotland! 15miles from Edinburgh
Now Tokyo, Japan
But Herne bay in Kent, UK was my home town!
Bangkok Thailand !
I grew up in the Black Country, West Midlands, UK. The Severn Valley Railway was a huuuge influence on me in my childhoold, I think I put my interest in trains down to that, rather than my frequent travels through the pre-refurb Birmingham New Street station xD.
I now live in Madrid, Spain, centre of Europe's largest High Speed Rail network!
Suisse Fribourg / Freiburg
Near Dortmund, Germany
Near The Hague, The Netherlands.
Belgium tournai near lgv 1( Paris- Bruxelles Midi) And The "dorsale Wallonne" Lille-Liège guillemin
North West England.
North West England, a couple of miles from Rainhill of the Trials fame.
Living in southern Sweden, in Hjärup near Malmö. My local station in the photo.
Born in Warsaw, Poland.
Hi I'm from Brussels, Belgium, and my local station is, among the 32 stations in Brussels, Brussels Midi ! Already saw the ICE 3M in real life lots of time and already travelled on the Schnellfahrtstrecke Köln Aachen once in real life with a DB BR 146 + Dosto train.
Australian, living in New Zealand (Waikato region)
I'm just gonna say I'm from the largest city in the US without any type of passenger rail . I'm sure you can figure it out...
Well howdy there
This is from a swede that lives in Trelleborg
From Campbelltown NSW Australia
Thank you very much guys, for continuing posting, so we could now the different countries and cities of the world of the members participating in this great community!
Butte, Montana, USA. Here in Butte is probably the worst area known to man to be a fan of trains. We used to have an excellent rail system, but once the mines shut down and the populace fled the area the trains are practically nonexistent. We might get a couple a month going to Montana Resources (mine) but that's about it.
Ghent,in East Flanders in Belgium
Where're my Czech people at? Czech Republic, near German borders
Near Houston, Texas — but in the country,,,,,
Palermo, Sicily, Italy
Ciao, I came from Italy, exactly in a small city near Bologna
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