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 Posted: Fri Oct 9th, 2015 07:11 am
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... an inspiration source:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/94207108@N02/sets/72157638672347524
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 Posted: Fri Oct 9th, 2015 07:37 am
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This one still tells its erstwhile purpose as a rr. tunnel.



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Cool pics! I really like some of those cut stone portals.



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Hi Guys :wave:


Tunnel portals are a real interesting, always different subject.


Has anyone else got any more Prototype or Model tunnel mouth photos ?


Would be great to see some more . . .


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Tregath tunnel, U.K.





Photo courtesy of P. Wright.


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1883 Frisco, location unknown:




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Mainstrike mine, Amberley, U.K.

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 Posted: Wed Aug 9th, 2017 02:48 pm
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Ah !



^^ as featured in the James Bond movie !

The name of which, I do know, but can't for the life of me remember right now !



Christopher Walken & Grace Jones of 'Zorrin Industries' ...

... attempt to flood Silicon Valley, from an old mine !

Which just happened to be this one !!

Spectacular ending with Roger Moore on the Golden Gate Bridge !



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Great day out BTW ... 'Amberley Chalk Pits Museum'

Loads of old-tech historical stuff of all shapes & forms !



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It is from A View to a Kill. Great museum, the narrow gauge part was really good, they had a really cool gas mechanical that is basically a fordson tractor on a loco chassis! Was also the first time I had seen a Simplex in person!

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Some of my. Taken in Wales.









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