Categories Friends and loved ones A glorious day, and a country wedding Post date Sun 27 October 2013 4 Comments on A glorious day, and a country wedding It was a glorious weekend in Rutherglen, where I had the privilege of attending a family wedding. Here’s one shot the official photographer didn’t get… Congratulations, Adrian and Donna. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInReddit Tags Photos, wedding 4 Comments on A glorious day, and a country wedding By Daniel Bowen Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek. Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia. Opinions on this blog are all mine. View Archive → ← Herne the Hunter → VCE exams – good luck everybody 4 replies on “A glorious day, and a country wedding” Two of my favourite people! Daniel great wedding photo – Probably not the one they will have on the mantel piece for the rest of their lives. Where was the reception – in a winery?? Rutherglen’s a great place. What is public transport like in the region, as well as between there and Melbourne? @Anonymous, yep we went to one of the wineries for the reception. Lovely town, though some of the locals aren’t keen on it being a major truck route… there did seem to be a lot of truck movements down the main street. @Jim, there appear to be coach connections about once-a-day from each of Wangaratta, Echuca and Albury. Not much else. The PTV journey planner comes up with some truly appalling options from Melbourne (including overnight stays in Albury) but about once a day there’s a good connection via Wangaratta. There is an abandoned railway through the town; I’ll post some pictures in the next few days. Comments are closed.