Thursday, 2 May 2019

To Devonport, Tasmania

Holiday back in March in Tasmania - We left Wynyard travelled to Devonport another city in Tasmania.  On the way we went the scenic drive around near Penguin.
Here we have the 3 sisters and the railway line which isn't used much, then went through Ulverstone and managed to take the clock as we drove along.










30 comments:

  1. Hello Margaret,
    Wonderful pictures. Great to see this view over the area.

    Greetings, Marco

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  2. Para largas distancia , me gusta el tren. De córdoba a Zaragoza hay aproximadamente 534 kms. La duración del viaje en tren es algo menos de 3 horas, no recuerdo si fue llegúe 10 minutos antes de las 3 horas.. el viaje en tren resulta muy cómodo.

    Besos

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    1. Wow, that sounds great to go so fast on a train and that many klms. Would have to be a passenger to do it.

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  3. Great clock capture. You live in a truly beautiful part of Oz.

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    1. Thanks EC. It is nice down here that is why so many tourists come, to see something different to where they live.

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  4. Such an interesting clock and a very lonely looking railway line.

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    1. Not much happens on that railway line, must cost a bit to keep it in good condition.
      Different kind of clock, then most are different but they all tell the time.

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  5. You are really getting to know your state well.

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    1. Guess so Davis, re visiting many place and will continue to do so.

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  6. The railway line looks pretty well maintained to my eyes!
    Colin

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  7. Nicely shot--- It seems a fine place to spend time. And that clock tower!

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    1. Beautiful along that highway.
      The clock is very different and is a War Memorial as well.

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  8. Rather a unique clock, love the scenery shots :)

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  9. The drive along the coast looks lovely, and it's on my "to do" list when we do our Tassie trip in the future. Thanks for sharing your great photos.

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    1. You are welcome Rosie.
      A lot of free parking sites along that way, you will see when you come down to Tasmania and with fabulous views too.

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  10. Very scenic and I do like that clock.

    All the best Jan

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  11. third image is breathtakingly charming dear Margaret!

    your country is loaded with striking natural beauty indeed!

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    1. It is baili - and so many tourist come to visit the Island which is good.

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