After moving all my stuff to Pickfords, the taxi driver drove us with all our luggage to the train station - he was stunned by the amount of luggage we brought. Two small suitcases, one 55L backpack, one 65L backpack, two pairs of walking sticks, one 1.5m x 1.5m x 0.5m blue cotton bag, two big handbags and one big plastic bag. OK, the blue cotton bag was going to vanish before we flew to Iceland. I have not taken a photo of the luggage, it's just too embarrassed.
Some of you might wonder what the hell I had brought - food, clothes, Notebook, sleeping bags, thermal flasks, three fictions, some films (I posted most of the films to the hostel in advance so I could lessen my luggage slightly, but it turned out to be an awful experience), two lens (A09 and Canon EF 70-200 F4), one SLR (Canon 300V), one P&S (Pentax espio mini), one RF (Contax T2), one medium size camera (Fuji GA645i) and one tripod. The camera equipments were almost 8kg, but the amount of food we brought was more. Half way on the trip, I had already found that the fictions, the Canon EF 70-200 F4 lens and the tripod were kind of useless.
Let's go back to our train journey. We had to take three trains - from Bath to Cardiff, from Cardiff to Crewe, and finally from Crewe to Penrith. Moving the luggage up and down from the trains was a complete nightmare, especially for the small, crowdy British trains.
Not to mention the process of searching space to lay down the luggage...
By the time we arrived at Penrith, it was around a quarter to five in the evening. Our nightmare had not ended yet - in order to get to the car park from the platform, we had to take the subway, and there were ONLY STEPS, NO SLOPE... I was exhausted when I got to the car park...
And once got near to the Cumbria, we started seeing the shower...(Oh, one of her lovely characters)
Cardiff station, first time be there
Can you see that? It's Welsh!
Crewe station, vintage feeling (I think it is old indeed)
拍攝器材：Contax T2 + 過期 2 年的 Fuji Reala 100