|Railway station, Capertee|
After a long wet, cold week in the mountains we wanted respite from the climate so went on a Winter Wayfaring weekend to the west where the persistent rain wasn't reaching and the daytime temperatures warmer.
It was so great to be out and about again with no other objective than to see and capture images of places new and familiar. Over the next couple of weeks I will show you what I found -- you can expect to see old favourites like abandoned buildings, country lines, small towns, frosty mornings and a new Royal Hotel.
Determined to get my camera shutter going early on the trip we diverted off the main road to grab a shot of Capertee Railway station which I have spied many times through the trees but never taken the time to explore. Like most of the stations on this line it is closed (in the case well boarded up) but this part of the line is still active for coal and cement trains.