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There's no mountain train. I'm running low on images that I think are interesting so I just stuck these three together to make one..:) I know, I've been watching too much Creative Live.com. The train is the newest image. I starting taking my camera everywhere in hopes of getting a good shot and when I was coming home Yesterday, I spotted this train headed north coming out of Mexico and pulled over to take the shot.
About 2 months ago, I told the Parks Foundation I would lead a hike along Barton Creek Greenbelt on National Park Day. I figured March, central Texas, Spring weather...Tomorrow at 9 am it will be 39 degrees..:)) Imagine my surprise. I know, it'll be fine after the first mile..;)
This image is a little day glow. It got away from me some how.
The V63 049 runs with ore train to Hegyeshalom at last summer lights. It was taken between Budaörs and Törökbálint
a decaying train somewhere on a holding track. i think they just toally forgot about it. beautiful little location.
This Train resides it's self on the West Coast Wilderness Railway down at Strahan on the West Coast of Tasmania.
A link to my facebook page i just made. Feel free to give it a look and a like.
Canadian train at Banff National Park
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A chance capture one misty morning when I was out looking for other subjects.
Also found in the train graveyard of Boone Valley Railroad was this fine caboose and cars from a newer period than the wood version but still quite old and no longer in use.
Must be heavy, look at how many engines it has.
This is my first attemp at selective coloring. It took me longer than I thought it would but I'm pretty happy with it.
I downloaded Elements 10 for a christmas present to myself and what a nightmare. Topaz works with 10.
On my way home today I thought I'd drive down First Avenue and see if there were any diesel trains out since there were some clouds breaking up the sky.
Were back in Duluth Min outside DW&P West yard.It seemed like we walked for miles to get to this location on the DW&P line .We have this CN train climbing up the grade close to the tunnel.this line has been removed many years ago.Mr Missaba maybe you can help us out on how far we walked from West yard for this shot
I got just the right light a couple nights ago while traveling to a small town outside of San Antonio. After about 10 minutes off the freeway, came across this factory/power plant and a bunch of trains in perfect condition. Hopped out, and.... well, this is what I got.
Now it's time to head down to my pool to relax. 65 hours of work this week, of which 25 I'm not getting paid for. I need a beer, or 4.
Here it is bigger since everything else here in Texas is larger... well, except house prices. I could be rich down here!
Added to the map for those of you spying where I find my shots ------------------------->
De retour pour cette nouvelle année avec un train..... fantôme
DRI 3RAW, dxo, cs5
Gare d'Amiens, somme, picardie, france
Solo la strada dei treni è segnata.. Only the road train is marked ..
Sr1 locomotive with regional train H447 from Seinäjoki to Vaasa.
A coupe stands deep in thought watching the Amtrak train passing through White Rock, BC Canada.
Enroute to Seattle, Washington, USA
Thanks for visiting.
** Best experienced in full screen
Toronto, St. George subway station. One more time just made it before train killed me.
Canon 5D Mark II, Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II. f/6.3, ISO 2500.
Handheld two exposures processed in Photomatix Pro, noise reduced in Topaz DeNoise, B & W and selective colour effect added in Silver Efex Pro 2 and completed work in Photoshop CS5.
"... Notre vie est un voyage constant, de la naissance à la mort. Le paysage change, les gens changent, les besoins se transforment, mais le train continue. La vie, c'est le train, ce n'est pas la gare ..."
Rolling west down the Sedalia Sub. is UP Train MASKC 28 with the MOP unit on the point just a few minutes too late, or after sunset anyway.
Locomotives: UP 1982, FXE 4685
I took this near a stretch of road that runs parallel to the train tracks.
Come aboard...its warm inside!
And just so you know...2 zloty to travel by street car for 20 min...better have your ticket too...the train police like to surprise you! I think it is a 400 zloty fine. Easier to buy a tram ticket.......much easier.
It's 11 minutes before sunset on Norfolk Southern's Lafayette District near Homer, Illinois. A short 35Z train rolls west on ex-Wabash rails, led by six brand-new EMD SD70ACe units, their fresh factory coat of paint glowing in the late afternoon sun. Engine consist is NS 1113, 1114, 1112, 1110, 1105, and 1111, in that order.
The SBB Re 4/4 II 11167 hauls a mail train, here between Gurtnellen and Wassen at the famous Wattinger curve.
East of Down Town Los Angeles you will find this train yard with lot's of light rail trains on it.
Following Tuesday's hour or so at Appleby I decided to head back to the WCML for another shot of No.68007 on its return to Carlisle with the 6C28 from Shap.
I opted for Little Strickland and when I arrived there was a car already parked in the lane.
It belonged to fellow flickrite "richardheywood29" so we met for the first time and passed the time of day in rapidly diminishing light until the train arrived.
I have been meeing to stop and take some pictures in this train yard for weeks and today I hade the chance but the light was not so good so I manipulated the image to add a little more drama but not sure if I suceeded, what do you think?
The binders are smokin' on these two C&NW F's running light as "Training Units" on the center track at Mt. Prospect IL. in February 1980.
We ran across sets of Training Units on several Saturdays during this period.
One of the last GNER trains to run during December 2007 waiting to depart.
And tell my son I'm gonna be alright
and tell his mom I'm gonna be alright
tell my love we're gonna have a lot of fun, just sing it
La la la…………
coming up the grade just east out of Barrington on train 598 is three covered wagons with new auto's from Janesville Wis in 1980