Up Ljubljana-Moste workshops, a quick tour through

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While waiting that the weighing of the Borsig 2-8-2 locomotive commences, I poked my nose and my camera through the wide open doors of the nearby diesel locomotive shop. I have always favored this little shop, not only because of its amiable mechanics, but also because of its wonderful, greasy, past-times ambiance of a short line carrier. Whenever I peek into it, the view brings me the sweet memories to times when not yet the photographer myself, I admired the impressive b&w photos of the men like Steinheimer, Lamb, Shaughnessy, Gruber, on the covers, Photo Section, and other pages of the Trains Magazine, edited then by the unforgettable D.P.M. Of course I couldn't resist the urge for yet another quick tour over and under the oily and black boarded walkways and snap few more shots of the mechanics and details inside. After the weighing was ove I made a quick tour through the shops, first through the DMU shop, then across the EMU shop, and finally along the motors lined in the main shop. The majority of the workers was already in their wardrobes and I got foremost the workshop still life, but I don't complain as I like this atmosphere of the stillness, when the tools, the words, and the steps mute and the uncommon quiet wraps everything inside the shop

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