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  1. A view from outside the Still and West pub in Old Portsmouth looking out across the Solent. The Isle of Wight is in the distance and the sun is setting over what was HMS Dolphin ( The Royal Navy’s Submarine training location until 1999).

    © Tim Penycate

  2. Wight Ryder 1 arrives in Portsmouth Harbour on the 15:45 sailing from Ryde Pier Head.

    © Tim Penycate

  3. Wightlink Car Ferry, MV St Clare sails out of Portsmouth Harbour on its way to Fishbourne on the Isle of Wight. The backdrop if Gosport and the old HMS Dolphin buildings.

    © Tim Penycate

  4. HMS Severn (one of the Royal Navy’s River Class ships) slips quietly out of Portsmouth Harbour in the Sunset.

    © Tim Penycate

  5. Wightlink Car ferries MV Victoria of Wight and MV St Faith are at Camber Dock in Portsmouth’s Gunwharf area. Controversially MV Victoria of Wight, which is Wightlink’s biggest ferry, is out of service with an engine fault which is causing mass disruption to the service across the Solent!

    © Tim Penycate

  6. A little later than the previous picture, Wight Ryder 2 is now travelling along the channel (a “Port” side marker buoy can be seen) to its dock in Portsmouth Harbour. The Sun has nearly gone and the already sub-zero temperatures start to fall further!

    © Tim Penycate

  7. Seen from the Sun Deck at the stern of Wight Ryder 2 the Sun sets across the Isle of Wight.

    © Tim Penycate

  8. Wightlink’s Car Ferry “Victoria of Wight” is sailing across the Solent from Portsmouth Gunwharf to Fishbourne on the Isle of Wight. In the meantime the “Morning Post” belonging to the Eukor shipping line (a vehicle transporter) approaches from Southampton at the start of a long journey which will see her ultimately arrive in Durban, South Africa.

    © Tim Penycate

  9. A gale force Westerley wind is blowing off the Solent across Ryde Pier on the Isle of Wight. There has been a lot of heavy rain, but this has passed by. However a squally shower is passing over the city of Portsmouth which is being caught in the setting Sun causing this beautiful, but short lived rainbow.

    © Tim Penycate

  10. Heavy rain and strong winds have lashed the Solent all day. The rain has passed over, but there is still a Force 8 Westerley wind blowing in as the Sun sets across the Isle of Wight. The view was taken from inside Wight Ryder II (as tge outside decks were closed) and the spray from the sea can be seen on the window.

    © Tim Penycate

  11. A heavy rain shower and bright sunshine combine to form a beautiful rainbow across the Solent. The city of Portsmouth is obscured by the rain on the right of the picture. This shot was taken from the Ryde Castle Hotel in Ryde, Isle of Wight.

    © Tim Penycate

  12. A beautiful study of Island Line’s Unit 484 002 waiting at Ryde St Johns Road Station with the setting Sun casting its golden rays on the train and the wet track. After 2 x days of heavy rain, the track about a mile away is heavily flooded and sadly the train will be going nowhere for the rest of the day.

    © Tim Penycate

  13. The Sun is slowly setting, but is obscured by the clouds over West Ryde on the Isle of Wight looking towards Cowes and Osbourne House (former residence of Queen Victoria).

    © Tim Penycate

  14. A view over the Solent from Ryde Pier on the Isle of Wight showing the clouds over Fawley Oil Refinery. It has been a stormy day, but that has now passed.

    © Tim Penycate

  15. A crow sits surveying the scene on a lamppost on Ryde Pier on the Isle of Wight.

    © Tim Penycate

  16. A view along Ryde Pier to the town of Ryde on the Isle of Wight. To the South storm clouds are rapidly gathering and the sky is starting to look menacing.

    © Tim Penycate

  17. With the downs above Ventnor in the distance, Shanklin Station glows in the late Dusk. The Sun has gone, the temperature has dropped and the lights are on. A few passengers are waiting for the train back to Ryde Pier Head in the cold evening. Shanklin is the end of the line for trains on Island Line, but the railway once carried on another 5 x miles or so to Ventnor.

    © Tim Penycate

  18. The railway from Merstone to Ventnor was the first route to close on the Isle of Wight. The once quite scenic route last saw a train almost 70 x years to the day this picture was taken in September 2022. The pictures shows the Southern (Ventnor end) of St Lawrence Tunnel ( sometimes know as High Hat Tunnel) as it looks today.

    © Tim Penycate

  19. The Sun sinks slowly across the West of the Isle of Wight as seen from Culver Down in the East of the Island.

    © Tim Penycate

  20. The Sun is setting to the West over the Isle of Wight and casting its rays over the Island. The view from Bembridge Fort on Culver Down.

    © Tim Penycate

  21. This picture was taken at 21:43 hrs and it is a night shot. This can be seen by looking at the illuminated neon signs of the “New Village Inn” on the left of the picture. This photo captures a bright flash of lightning which temporarily turns the night into day!

    © Tim Penycate

  22. The penultimate service on the Isle of Wight Steam Railway makes it’s way in light steam back towards Havenstreet from Smallbrook Junction on a lovely Summer’s evening! The tail light on the back of the train will soon vanish around the curve and tranquility will soon return to Smallbrook Junction.

    © Tim Penycate

  23. The cows in the field next to Wooton Station on the Isle of Wight Steam Railway, show a complete lack of interest in the Shunting signal which allows the train engine to run round its train!

    © Tim Penycate

  24. Class 484 001 approaches Yarbridge between Brading and Shanklin on Island Line on a Down service to Shanklin on a Spring afternoon.

    © Tim Penycate

  25. A view of the rising Moon contrasting with street lighting across Sandown Bay.

    © Tim Penycate

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