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Another home from Ross, Tasmania, Australia. Took my eye as a really lovely old home, all by itself but right by the railway track. We stayed just down the road from here. March 2020
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JillianB

That is such a funny story Val, amazing what you can get used to.

valt46

Jim's family bought a house in Tinwald right by the railway lines years ago, when his Dad stayed with us he complained he could hear the cars on our two lane highway 1000 yards away through a bush clad gully. Yet he never noticed the trains at his house☺☺

JillianB

Thank you my friend for your compliment Lunie

Dilubreuer

and you took a nicely composed photo too! Thanks my friend.

JillianB

Yes I did presume that was it’s original purpose Janet, good to get that confirmed, thank you birthday girl, hope you getting a little bit spoilt.

jan42ful

A beautiful photo thanks Jill. In Queensland there was always a Railway house by a crossing. All the country lines are finished now, but the homes have been bought as private homes, some moved away, some stayed by the old lines. Hugs my friend. ♥

JillianB

Apparently there are very few trains that go by Suzy and you are right you get used to and even find comforting some of these types of noises. Thanks

pumpkinhead

Living by the railroad tracks can be loud....but soothing.
A nice photo, Jill.

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