E for Eggs or Engines

First time two words for the letter and here they go .. Blogging from A to Z April Challenge 2014 .. here goes Day 5 with Letter E.

Eggs

Single Egg

Eggs

Engines AKA Railway Engines

Very old Steam Engine now stationed
by Upper Lake, Bhopal

Another Grander View

Say My Name

Another Angle

Here I am in front of another even more ancient Steam Engine

Meter Gauge Train and Engine
@ Gwalior Station

Another view of the Meter Gauge Railway Diesel Engine @ Gwalior Railway Station


So here ends the entry for Saturday 5th April 2014 which brought letter E with it and I ran with it. 

Comments

  1. I live in a tiny, almost-ghost-town outside of Pendleton, OR, along the Umatilla River. On my property is a large concrete building that once stored water for the steam engined trains that stopped here in the early 1900's. This town died when the steam engine was replaced.
    Cool pics!!

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    1. Interesting Information Judy, really sad to hear that town couldn't survive without Steam Engines.

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  2. Amazing shots of steam engines. Well done.

    Damyanti Co-host, A to Z Challenge 2014, Daily (w)rite Latest Post

    Twitter: @damyantig
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  3. The old steam engines are so cool looking. I guess newer models are more functional, but there's something about the old ones I like.

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    1. Thanks J and you are so right :) old engines and machinery seem to have a kind of attraction to them.

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  4. Trains are interesting and fun to travel in. I love the whole getting to the station on time buzz. I've joined your followers

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    1. First of all Thanks SG for following my blog. Again thanks for the comment and yes trains are fun to travel in but here in India every mode of travel is overly stuffed with people we just have so many people its unbelievable. BTW I am following your blog too now.

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  5. I'd probably spend a lot of time around old engines, too, given half the chance.

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    1. Who wouldn't Tony eh? Thanks for the support sir.

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  6. Hi, I've just looked back over all your photos for the A to Z challenge. I love the engine pics and particulary the one of the single egg.

    I'm now following your photo blog and look forward to seeing the photos for the rest of the alphabet.

    Eileen @ In My Playroom (also doing the A to Z Challenge)

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    1. Thanks Eileen for the comment and follow.

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