Welcome to the
What on earth is a
Buriton Wheelbarrow I hear you saying (unless you've been here before in
which case you've gone straight to the links at the bottom of the page) and,
as the saying goes, that's a very good question.
Two part answer.
Buriton is a medium sized village two and half miles outside Petersfield in
East Hampshire. Like any good village it has a Church, duck pond and two
pubs! To find out more about Buriton follow the link below.
Wheelbarrow is a somewhat more convoluted link. Part of the Web Site (well
most really) is a display of Railway Photography. During travels through
Europe in the late 1980s and early 1990s friends and I were constantly
struck by the paraphernalia dotted around locomotive depots. The common
denominator, regardless of country, was a wheelbarrow.
I have always joked that if I ever started a photo library I would call it
Wheelbarrow. This isn't exactly a photo library as the scanned images are
not the quality of the original silver halide slides or negatives (the
electronic image hasn't got that far yet) but I hope that they will
entertain. Oh, and of course, there is usually at least one with a
is on the Buriton Wheelbarrow Web Site?
Images and some
background information on the village. Also includes information about the
Buriton Heritage Bank project and a link to the Heritage Bank web site.
railway subjects from around the world.
includes renumbering editions of BNSF and UP !!!
Compilations of the major railroads' locomotives - put into an
English-style format. Downloadable pdf
Model Railways (or Railroading)
Pictures and notes
of my attempts at modelling US prototype diesel locomotives - as eclectic a
mix as the photographic pages!