Thursday, 6 August 2020

Sepia Saturday 532 : 8 August 2020


We may all be locked down, denied the opportunity to see the world, but there is one form of travel that is still open to us all, without risk, and without the need for PPE. That is, of course, time travel; and as far as time travel is concerned, Sepia Saturday is your travel agent. This week we are tempting you with the delights of a ride on a electric tramway in Wellington, New Zealand. As with all Sepia Saturday prompts, however, you are not limited to New Zealand, or trams, or cliffs, curves or posts: you can go to whatever destination you want. Simply post your post on or around Saturday 8th August 2020, and add a link to the list below.

Whilst you are waiting for the next tram, flick through the time travel brochures and see what is on offer for the next couple of weeks.

9 comments:

JMP183 said...

My post this week relates to my hometown, some weather, roadways and I also through in a photo of an elevated train that Chicago is known for for good measure.

ScotSue said...

A cue for a look at bridges over rivers, valleys and a loch in different countries - and centuries.

Molly's Canopy said...

Not a tram, but a tour boat on a lake to carry Molly's Canopy off for an August blogging break. Enjoy the rest of your summer! Back in the fall with more about my dad's Uncle Albert.

Barbara R. said...

Another Inn in the area, this one posh where Presidents have stayed in Asheville.

Wendy said...

A little shocking and a little bit funny. Please don't judge.

La Nightingail said...

There are rails and there are rails - trams, trains, & other interesting things. :)

La Nightingail said...

There are rails and there are rails - trams, trains, & other interesting things. :)

Mike Brubaker said...

It's still Saturday so I'm not late. I have a series of postcards this week from France. Just a little bit musical and if you look closely there are tram tracks.

virginiaallain said...

I hope you enjoy the pictures of my great-uncle making railroad ties with an ax back in 1912.