We must pay tribute to our friends and supporters of the press who helped publicise Drive it Day: Classic Car Weekly deserve particular mention supporting our event throughout the run up and committing in their post-publicity to publish every picture provided to them by the many clubs organising commemorative events and drive outs.

They printed page after page of photographs a fitting tribute to a true event of the people, for the people.

Well our season is well and truly off to a flying start with Drive it Day blessed with glorious weather.

Of course, success also depends on the vagaries of the weather!

How often have we selected a 2X yellow filter to pick out those 'fluffy' white clouds scudding across an otherwise uninteresting sky, then just as the train came into view - at the precise moment we pressed the shutter - a cloud blocked out the(Below) A lovely shot by Steve Davies of 'Castle' class 4-6-0 No 4085 Berkeley Castle in a classic Western Region location.

Unlike landscape photography, you can't wait for the right light, a speeding train is gone in the blink of an eye!

As a result, several factors have to be taken into consideration, such as type of film, angle of shot, focus, choice of lens - and, the most important of all: a fast shutter speed.

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