Glen Batten Railway Photography

    It's not only trains...

    Loch Rannoch on a beautiful still morning in May, 2012.

    The pictures

    These photos were taken by me and and I own and retain copyright on all of them. They are posted here for you to enjoy. You can download them if you wish or you can order prints or other products through the Smugmug shopping cart. However, before using any of the images for commercial purposes, you must obtain my express permission. Please note that the images displayed on this site are all 'small' files, typically around 1mb each. This limits the size and quality of prints that can be made from them. Full-sized, high-resolution images, capable of large-format reproduction, can be supplied for a competitive commercial fee. Please contact me through the 'comments' facility on this site or via Twitter or Facebook using the links below the banner photo at the top of this page.

    About me

    A native of Essex, I moved to Bath with my job in 1989 and currently live in Bathampton, a village on the edge of the city. My railway interests centre on 'classic' diesel traction, steam having vanished from East Anglia in the early 1960s when I was a toddler. Photographically, however, I acknowledge that steam can produce a stunning image when everything comes right! As well as railways and photography, I am fond of country walking, real ale, good curry and good literature, interests that I now have more time to indulge following my retirement in 2012 after 35 years in the Ministry of Defence. My thanks go to my wife, Lesley, for her indulgence and to the huge community of railway enthusiasts who share information and devote so much time and money to keeping our railway heritage alive.

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