Trainlogger

Discussion in 'Memorabilia, Media & Publications' started by Condor7, 14 Aug 2015.

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  1. Condor7

    Condor7 Member

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    This may be of interest to many enthusiasts.
    It is in it's very early stages at the moment but is a great alternative to loco spotter books. You can keep a record of what you see, make notes and attach photos. It is all stored on The Cloud, so can be accessed from any device anywhere, and of course can be recovered if needed.

    http://trainlogger.co.uk/
     
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    I'm short on time today, so not had a chance to look super thoroughly yet, but it sounds interesting, as long as it's not just locos.

    I expect to look more later, at the moment it's off to work.

    What we really need now is a rival to RailMiles!
     
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