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Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Travelling Home?


Anxious travellers hoping their train was not cancelled.  The storms have created travel chaos for Christmas travellers, train, road, air and sea are all affected.  Today is looking just as difficult.  

13 comments:

biebkriebels said...

England has a lot of bad weathers lately, hope everybody will reach there families in time.

John said...

I don't travel at this time if I can help it. I feel sorry for those who have to. Hope they all got where they needed to for Christmas. Have a good one.

William Kendall said...

A busy day for travelling. I happen to be one of those travellers, going into a part of my province that got hit by an ice storm.

Angie said...

Wherever you end up, have a good one.

Stefan Jansson said...

Have been watching Sky News today, so I know all about the current weather situation. Bummer. God Jul.

Sharon said...

I'm wishing best of luck to those travelers! I hope they reach their destinations.

Luis Gomez said...

It is terrible all over.

Judy said...

The power of nature!
Have a happy Christmas!

Bill Nicholls said...

Lot of water laying in the fields ATM. Hopefully they will have gotten where they want

Jack said...

The holidays are no time to be sitting and worrying in a train station or airport. I hope most folks get where they want to go without much inconvenience.

Merry Christmas!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

I used to spend Christmasses leading walking holidays in beautiful, but remote, parts of England and Wales. The train journeys were not something I looked forward to. Today I only have to travel about 500 yards, thank goodness. Have a good Christmas.

Gunn said...

I hope it goes well. I like the roof/architecture/composition in your image.
Nice one.

roamingpursuits said...

What a striking ceiling.

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