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Thread: Derelict Train Station & Rail Depot, Bulgaria

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve2109 View Post
    great shots mate, loving the snow as well, adds something
    Yeah I second that Steve, the snow adds to the bleakness of the place.

    And a dreadful thing from the cliff did spring. And its wild bark thrilled around. His eyes had the glow of the fires below. Twas the form of the Spectre Hound. 'Ha' yer fa'r got a dickey, bor?' 'Yis, an' he want a fule ter roide 'im, will yew cum?'

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    this is fantastic, and stunning images. thanks for sharing
    Those who destroy what's been left behind, are those ignorant enough to believe that history only belongs in museums and books.

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    Yeah the snow really does make it! I was hoping for some snow over here to see what I can do :)

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    Cheers for all the awesome feedback.

    I have never considered myself a particularly good photographer, and have no idea what I'm doing with a camera really... so I can't tell you how much I appreciate all the kind words! Really glad people have been enjoying these shots - and it really helped that the location was just so damn photogenic.


    Quote Originally Posted by perjury saint View Post
    Its got a bit of everything and the blanket of snow sets it off a treat!
    Yeah, I really liked that about this place - one corner of the building was grimy and rotten, the next was like a ghost town, everything still in place exactly where it had been left. Then outside you have the monster industrial porn looming over the tracks... it was a really nice mixture of atmospheres, and definitely one of my most enjoyable explores for a while.


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    That is really really special. Railway Urbex is my favourite type of explore and always has been.
    I'm a big fan as well - especially the older, quirkier sites like this. :)


    Quote Originally Posted by steve2109 View Post
    great shots mate, loving the snow as well, adds something
    Thanks a lot. It was fecking cold out there but like Shuck says, all that snow really gives the place a crisp, bleak feel.
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    Ooooh. Nice. :)
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    Whoah, that'#s a bl**dy bleak place and no mistake. Well done on that!
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