Silent Sunday 24.6.18

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Chooo choooo! I assume you were a pedestrian attempting to cross this line?? Quite a dramatic picture with the train coming along the tracks

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    • I certainly was a pedestrian! We have two level crossings close to home, so I spend a lot of time waiting for trains.

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  2. We used to live near these crossings and much as the kids loved seeing the trains, they used to drive me insane as the gates go down sooooo early

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    • Oh yes! Local journeys can take a really long time for us sometimes because of the level crossings. The record is waiting for five trains.

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  3. I’m always slightly paranoid crossing these crossings even when the gate is open!

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    • We’re so used to them because we cross them pretty much every day. I remember my sister used to be terrified and so did one of my kids (I can’t remember which one now!).

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  4. I love watching the trains go past, apart from the times your in a rush

    Have a good Sunday and thank you for linking up to #MySundayPhoto

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    • Yes, the novelty does wear off when you’re in a hurry. I like to see them at other times though.

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    • Thanks very much. My boys loved it when they were little too.

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  5. Hi Sarah, nicely taken and very well timed. The train looks like it could be static! #mysundayphoto

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    • Thanks very much! I took a few and I think this one caught it just right.

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  6. My girls love seeing trains pass….Those crossings do make me nervous though x

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    • We’re so used to them that they don’t make me nervous. I end up waiting for them most days!

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  7. Oh I hate having to wait to cross, especially if I’m in a rush!

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    • Too right! I spend a lot of time trying to avoid it.

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    • Thank you! When you have to cross them as often as I do (sometimes several times a day), you don’t worry about them.

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