Shoot the Rocket the rarest of photo opportunites

For only a few more weeks, Robert Stephenson’s legendary Rocket is displayed in Newcastle’s Discovery Museum. It leaves in early September and it will NEVER return to Tyneside. Under normal circumstances, Rocket is swamped by enthusiastic families, making serious photography almost impossible - and the tripod and flash ban complicate lighting issues even further.

So wouldn’t it be amazing to have an out-of-hours opportunity to photograph this icon of engineering history, side by side with Charles Parsons' famous Turbinia, WITHOUT the general public and WITH tripods?

Well now you can! I have negotiated exclusive access this month and you're invited to be one of that privileged group. The cost is £45 and I'll be available to give you as much or as little help as you need to shoot the best images possible.

Amazing close-up potential - click to enlarge
Strong images in colour and monochrome - click to enlarge

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