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Crich tram museum on Ilford HP5+

When we recently visited the Crich tram museum I took quite a few pictures with my Pentax K5 DSLR and posted the pictures I was most pleased with a few days ago. As well as the K5, I also took along a Pentax MZ-3 loaded with Ilford HP5+ film, and although I’ve posted some of the pictures I took with that combination, this post is to publish the others.

Just for the record, I developed the film in a 1 to 25 mix of Rodinal for 6 minutes at 20°C using 3 inversions for the first 30 seconds, and then 2 inversions every 30 seconds. The film was fixed in Ilford Rapid fixer at 1 to 10 and scanned using an Epson V550 Perfection scanner and Silverfast 8 software.

Crich on Ilford HP5+ film pictures

These pictures can be viewed full sized here.


I’m a software developer by profession but I’ve been taking pictures since I was about 8 years old. In that time I’ve owned cameras of all types and sizes from 120 roll film thro’ 35mm to my current Pentax K-5, Ricoh GXR + P10/S10/A12 28mm/A12 50mm, Canon S95 and recently acquired Sony NEX 6.

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