This week Cee wants to see tender moments. Here are some that caught my eye on a couple of visits to Shropshire’s Severn Valley Railway.
They make me wonder too: young dads sharing their passion for steam trains; little lads not quite big enough to be sure. Which is also touching.
And quite another take on the topic…
A case of sore feet and
a tender behind… (I know, it’s an old joke)
*tender = coal wagon
30 thoughts on “Dads And Lads At The Severn Valley Railway”
Oh what fantastic stories your photos tell. Thanks Tish for playing along 😀
Many thanks, Cee.
🙂 🙂 🙂
The dads and little boys are so precious! Love these photos.
Cheers, Dawn. I thought so too.
Wonderful candid photos Tish!
Thank you, Anne.
Bravo. I enjoyed your photos for personal reasons; my father was a railroad engineer who handled coal, diesel and steam driven engines. Thanks for the trip down memory labe. Much appreciated Tish.
Happy to take you on a memory ride, GC.
Always a pleasure Tish.
Lovely gallery, Tish.
It’s been a long time, but I remember my wife and I taking a ride on that railway. My wife has love steam trains since she was a girl growing up in Malvern.
It’s certainly a great day out.
Memories that’ll hopefully last them both a lifetime!
Thank you, Flower.
I remember running down the street to wave at the steam trains crossing the bridge.
Ah, the unalloyed excitement! 🙂
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You’re welcome, Tish.
Tish, these are lovely. If you don’t mind, I’d like to link this post to my WQW challenge about transportation this week. Your photos are adorable. 🙂
Very happy for you to do a link-up, Marsha. Thank you for the lovely comment.
I enjoyed your post! 🙂 Thanks so much!
As a man, I can say the relationship between sons and their fathers very important.