Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Train Watching

                                                                 In folkston Ga.

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11 comments:

Leah H. said...

That is a beautiful train and so red.

Visiting from Rt2- hope you can stop by:)

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Raine said...

I can feel this was quite a wait. :) My RT.

Gemma Wiseman said...

A very colourful train! It almost looks like a carnival on the move!

Genie said...

It warms my heart to see trains still running....and I love the bright red cars. We need them to run alongside I81 to cut down on the horrible wrecks due to the tractor trailers. They are killers on that stretch of highway. genie

Genie said...

It warms my heart to see trains still running....and I love the bright red cars. We need them to run alongside I81 to cut down on the horrible wrecks due to the tractor trailers. They are killers on that stretch of highway. genie

Genie said...

It warms my heart to see trains still running....and I love the bright red cars. We need them to run alongside I81 to cut down on the horrible wrecks due to the tractor trailers. They are killers on that stretch of highway. genie

Pam said...

Double deckers headed somewhere down the tracks.. I often wonder to where and what they carry.
Love the shot, Janis.
Hugs,
Pam

Roan said...

Great shot, especially for Ruby Tuesday.

Rebecca said...

Looks like a long wait!

Genie said...

Lot of red cars on this train...that is really unusual for this part of the world. Now that I look closer I think they are 18 wheelers being moved by train. My eyes are really bad without my glasses. They are somewhere n the house, but at the moment I cannot find them ugh! Great post. genie

Rebecca said...

I remember the old days when we would have to sit and wait for trains to pass on the rails. THat rarely happens anymore. I like the double decker cars.