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1 Year Ago
All Aboard, Post Your Train, I Know There Is A Million Here
Posted by: Chuck De La Rosa on 1 Year Ago
Chuck De La Rosa
Posted by: Dan Carmichael on 1 Year Ago
tags: trains, transportation, railcar, railroad, caboose, north carolina transportation museum, steam engine, diesel engine, locomotive,
Posted by: Wendy J St Christopher on 1 Year Ago
Wendy J St Christopher
I predict this will be a beautiful exhibit thread! Trains -- what's not to love? :-)
My favorite locomotive image -
My best-selling train images -
Many thanks to Union Pacific for allowing me to get up close and personal to their awesome hardware! :-)
Posted by: Carrie Cranwill on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 1 Year Ago
oh, very beautiful, all of you, thanks
Posted by: Paul Ward on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Rose Santuci-Sofranko on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Ernie Echols on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Paul Freidlund on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Steven Ralser on 1 Year Ago
Here's part of the snow blower for the cumbres-Toltec railway in Chama, NM.
And rivets on a boiler
Posted by: Mike Jeffries on 1 Year Ago
Here's one to start with, I've got a million!
Posted by: Ben and Raisa Gertsberg on 1 Year Ago
Ben and Raisa Gertsberg
Red Car Museum In Seal Beach CA
This used to be a train :)
Posted by: Tom Druin on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Michael Hoard on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: John Rizzuto on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Joseph Baril on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Andrew Pacheco on 1 Year Ago
My train is an abandoned rail car, on a seldom used stretch of tracks.
Posted by: Jim Poulos on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Michael Rucker on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Paul OToole on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: James Tanforan on 1 Year Ago
Here is a million and one:
Posted by: Wingsdomain Art and Photography on 1 Year Ago
Wingsdomain Art and Photography
How do you post a picture - I try to copy image and nothing appears
Posted by: Kerri Mortenson on 1 Year Ago
Michael, on the bottom right of your image page is a URL link: you can use the keyboard shortcut to copy it or use the edit button to copy it... you cannot right click to copy it.
One real old timer.
A little later on God's Wonderful Railway.
Posted by: Clare VanderVeen on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Brian Wallace on 1 Year Ago
I like the "Tracks At Sunset" Clare, with the sunlight gleaming on the tracks, the curve up left and then right leading the eye to the silhouetted telephone poles! Nice composition.
Posted by: Richard Rizzo on 1 Year Ago
Low resolution, but a train non-the-less... :)
Posted by: Roy Erickson on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Andrew Read on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Joshua House on 1 Year Ago
A great steam tour railroad south east of Buffalo New York in the town of Arcade.
Posted by: Cynthia Decker on 1 Year Ago
Posted by: Loretta Luglio on 1 Year Ago
Pen and ink sketch and a later oil
Posted by: Lawrence Supino on 1 Year Ago
I love trains...Here's a some background music...enjoy;
Posted by: Joann Vitali on 1 Year Ago
From the train yard in Tilton, NH. and the Cog from Mount Washington, NH
. a favorite by suzanne .
Posted by: John Ayo on 1 Year Ago
. michael rucker
One of Paddington station,still very much the same today.
Passing Cambridge about 1955.
@Mike Jeffries - the detail in your work is outstanding. Beautifully rendered!
Posted by: Michel Soucy on 1 Year Ago
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Posted by: Greg Jackson on 1 Year Ago
Train images are few and far between for me, but here's my offering into the thread :)
Every train needs a train station, here All My Bags Are Packed I am Ready To Go
Posted by: HW Kateley on 1 Year Ago
To view this 3D stereo crossview: Gently converge (cross) your eyes and focus on the middle image that appears while ignoring the outside. If successful, this method becomes easier with practice until it's second nature...
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