In-between lockdowns I had the opportunity to document this emporium of historical railway wonders hidden in the Highlands of Scotland, Aviemore. I was incredibly keen to observe the environment and the interesting objects, tools and compositions that naturally occur in the ‘Shed’, and the people behind the skills and knowledge in maintaining these 100-year-old steam engines. Everyone knows about the impressive steam engines but there is a real sense of anonymity of who it is that is responsible for keeping this industry and these pieces of engineering alive for further generations to enjoy. I felt a sense of concern of who will be there to pass on this knowledge in order to keep the railway running, never-the-less, ‘The Shed’ is a bustling space that is not often seen by the public, and I hope to have shown a more candid side to the railway.