1ra parte de una serie ferroviaria
Reflejos de la estación de trenes en #Potosí del año pasado que recién edite
Puro #lightroom así es
Uno de mis lugares favoritos cuando llueve, creo que estoy obsesionada con los reflejos últimamente
Day 2, Great Northern Adventure. We started the morning with a 60 minute (turned 1.75 hours) hike on the Ferncliff Trail. We may have lost the blazes on the trail and ended up scrambling up a DEATH DEFYING embankment onto live train tracks before making our way back to Ohiopyle. I had to scrub my hands before breakfast. And, yes, that was over 10,000 steps BEFORE breakfast. We continued on to Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. That Frank sounds like a piece of work but he sure did design a lovely WORLD HERITAGE SITE (think Great Wall of China). We landed here in Altoona, PA where The Husband may have been happier than I have ever seen him at the World Famous Horseshoe Curve. Yes, we did ride the Funicular. #GreatAdventure#stillwinning#TRAINS#horseshoecurve#fallingwater
#throwback some super old Irish callcards for the public phones from back in the 90's featuring Irish railways. Telecom Eireann then Eircom and now called Eir was the national Telecoms provider until it was privatised in the 00's. Who remembers these?
25 years ago today, the sun is making an afternoon appearance (the clouds came back to torment me as well). I’m on Violette Station Road just outside of Ennishore, NB. CN 206 headed is east behind GP40-2L(W) 9611 and SD40 5100 at 1558h.
Instagram didn’t recognize Violet Station or Ennishore, so I had to go with Grand Falls as the location. My apologies to the local residents.
I had a tough time choosing today’s image, as I was also shooting at the Little Salmon River Viaduct and the Foley Brook Trestle to the east. I also caught a work train on the Canadian Atlantic’s Edmundston Spur. Quite a day... The light and color made this one stand out from the rest.
I’m hopefully within a week of ordering the first proof of “Seven Days in September 1994”. Adjusting photos, checking captions and doing additional research as questions arise. Seems that the closer one gets to being done, the farther away it seems.