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Discussion in 'Photos' started by ki4idb, Sep 18, 2011.
Strasburg Railroad. Thomas the Tank Engine wasn't there.
how about a bike getting loaded to put on a train?
dr on the right, went from dc to orlando to do a bike swap
not to bad of a ride, overnight nonstop
my beloved RatMax playing a TagOrama....
Route 66 Station, Tulsa, OK:
In Urbana, Ohio. An old cabose car, if I remember, it is late 40's vintage.
Ride safe all,
Is it train?
Her is my bike at the Ohio Central Railroad yard in downtown Zanesville Ohio.
This picture was taken at the restored depot in Murray City Ohio with the donated equipment they have on display.
now that is an amazing picture! The color just pops.
Saw this post in another thread, it fits well here.
Stevenson Railroad Depot. Stevenson, AL
See the story of Exploring the Abandoned Mountain Goat Railroad at
Saw these today on my New Years Day Ride
They need a little work:
Some great pictures. Here's my contribution, not great but fits the bill.
How about a "Road Train", there's plenty of them here :eek1
Durango to Silverton narrow guage RR (Colorado):
Coal train, Powder River Basin, Wyoming (near Gillette) - 110 cars with 100 tons per car; that's a lot of coal. Taken from the bike as I rode by, does that count?
A coal strip mine in the Powder River Basin, HUGE amount of coal with minimal overburden, also from the bike as I rode by:
A mine shuttle engine at the Homestake Gold Mine nead Lead/Deadwood, South Dakota (Black Hills, outstanding riding area):
The mine, closed down now:
I live just about 100 miles from the Cass RR in West Virginia now, looks like I need to get over there and catch some new photos with the trains! There's some glorious riding between here and there so it should be fun all around.
Man, that road train is amazing! I suppose they have to put hugely powerful engines in the tractor, right? I can't imagine a standard tractor-trailer rig could pull such a huge load ? Must be a DRAG to pass one of those, too . That tractor carries a lot of fuel, too.
Didn't get the GS in the shot,
but here's Steamer that still runs between Williams, Arizona and the Grand Canyon.
Where is that?
Near French Creek State Park.
Taken from the inside of the train as it drove by where I parked.