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Photo Info

Dimensions5340 x 3560
Original file size17.9 MB
Image typeJPEG
Color spacesRGB
Date taken16-Apr-12 14:40
Date modified21-Apr-12 14:35
Shooting Conditions

Camera modelDSLR-A700
Focal length10 mm
Exposure1/125 at f/9
ISO speedISO 400
Eurostar to Paris

Eurostar to Paris

This image was taken at London St Pancras Station as the Eurostar was boarding. This was my first trip on the Eurostar which runs at up to 186 mph. This is looking from the back of the train up the redeveloped St Pancras Station. This area is only accessible to passengers after going through check in and passport checks. My carriage was towards the far end. I took some quick shots here and headed up to board just as some nearby station officials started moving towards me almost certainly to tell me to stop taking pictures.