One grey Sunday in February 2017, I decided to take my Leica MP (+28, 35 and 50mm lenses) and a couple of rolls of Kodak TMax 400 for a walk around the East Anglian Railway Museum (EARM) at Wakes Colne, in Essex.
The dark and dank weather worked in my favour as I had the place almost to myself. This meant that I didn't have to dodge the crowds to get clear shots of the exhibits for these documentary photos.
The EARM has a workshop and other outbuildings full of information about the days before electrification of the lines between Norwich and London Liverpool Street. I'd recommend it for a good day out and a trip down memory lane.