Train Trestle in Traffic Driving down the Parkway West as they call it (Route 376) the construction area provided lots of traffic. Cars with brakes and I was able to photograph a scene I’ve just admired from the driver’s seat. Train cars on the tracks were the added bonus. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSkypePinterestTumblrWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... July 23, 2015July 23, 2015 by Ruth Categories: Photography, railroadTags: car, driving, Norfolk and Western Railway Company, photography, postaday, railroad, traffic, train, train cars, travel 9 Comments
It looks like it needs a little tlc!
I was fascinated by these images so I just had to go and find your Trestle Bridge on Google Maps. What a wonderful structure! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Funny – I see that trestle so often and just take it for granted. Thanks for making it stand out. I will probably think of you now every time I go to the airport.
I love the look of the bridge – a remnant from the past.
And let’s just hope they take good care of that bridge! Those look like oil tankers.
I like this Ruth. Very well done.
I love the view as you are just underneath the tracks. If the background noise (billiards, lamp) were photoshopped out, all the better! 🙂 (I know you don’t control the scene, you just capture and present it…)
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GIVETANKS…THEY DIDN’T FALL OFF THE TRESTLE???? 😀
Ruth, I am interested in purchasing the hi-res version of this from you as I would like to turn it into a canvas print for my mom for Christmas. Can you please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org? Thank you!