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Rogue Trains

The most terrifying thing I can think of is a train leaving its tracks.

Years ago, we rented a house near the beach. At dusk, we were in the kitchen without lights just yet. 325 more words

Mom

RUNAWAY TRAIN (1895)

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On The Bound



My future’s on a train to Philly
But my past is ridin’ north
I’ll meet them in the middle – can’t keep going back and forth… 21 more words

The New Project

Hey y’all!  I’m back to blogging after an extended brake (school work and soccer can do that), and ready for action!  The title of this post is “The New Project”, and I indeed have something in mind.   155 more words

Trains And Railfanning

Breaking Point on the Road to Como

Yesterday I had my very first “I hate traveling moment”. I have yet to experience one of these since leaving New Zealand back in the middle of June. 824 more words

Fresh Posts

Wet

The layers in this one come from two trains. The foreground train was full of open wire-wrapped cars, while the background train was zooming past with colorful and expressive graffiti. 30 more words

Train

Destiny. . .

I use to ride the Metro-North train up to my grandparents house in Connecticut, in the cold snowy winters. To me, the train ride always seemed to be the best part. 188 more words