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Tuesday, March 04, 2008

M67 from a train


This is the M67 as seen from a train travelling between Newton and Godley.

Visitors have remarked before how quiet the M67 looks, but I only travel off-peak. The end of the motorway at Hattersley is just around the bend and from about 3pm until well past 6 traffic is likely to be backed up from there to here.

9 comments:

imac said...

Best way to travel Gerald - Let the trian take the strain.lol.

Lynette said...

It's amazing how much a difference the time of day can make with traffic back-up. From my window at work, I can see both north and southbound I-5. Sometimes it's at a standstill, right here in the center of Portland. I am so happy that I don't have to commute on it.

Nikon said...

Looks just like the US :-)

FANCY said...

Now I know why I like to wake up in the morning...The feeling that the only one who is breathing in the day is ...hmmmm...me :)

Denton said...

You have become very inventive in the placement of your signature. It adds an element of fun to try and find where you place it each day.

Ken said...

Just like in my part of the world public transit is the best way to travel during rush hour. The train ride to downtown is 1 hour by car 2 hours but on weekends 45 minutes.

raf said...

the best thing about public transport? you can relax and snao a few pictures and still make it on time

great way to place the blog's address!

Per Stromsjo said...

Traveling off-peak is a wise choice. Makes all the difference.

George Townboy said...

Nice photo ... good looking highway.

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