Photography Buffalo Southern Railroad 107 Posted on September 15, 2020September 11, 2020 by Thomas Slatin September 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostPennsylvania 4483 Next PostThomas Slatin Quote 20 thoughts on “Buffalo Southern Railroad 107”That is such an AWESOME old train! I’m imagining what it was like when trains like this one still ran through Buffalo. It’s a lot of fun to think about 🙂 Amelia Desertsong recently posted..Creativity Means Letting Go of CertaintiesLoading...ReplyIt is sad to see a train so damaged by the abandonment of man, the train could be in better condition.Loading...ReplyThe condition of this locomotive is so poorly maintained. The background and colors in the image help a little to make this locomotive image look attractive.Loading...ReplyIs this the same as the previous train just with hue? If it is then it is in bad shape. However, I think it could still run? Nothing some maintenance wont fix. And oh add a new paint job in there to make it look the part.Loading...ReplySo sorry for the management of this damaged train. I believe if revisited will have a new look. Nice post from you Tom.Loading...ReplyWow, this is the mother of trains in Buffalo. Many of the modern trains that runs today were the product of the older ones. I am happy to see the train still intact and hopefully, functioning too.Loading...ReplyWow, the train looks very old but full of memories, I wish this time of elements that talk about the story of a place could be restored ad preserved for next generations.Loading...ReplyWhat a beastly train! Love the rusty exterior. Thanks for sharing.Loading...ReplyWell, there seems to be little resemblance to the locomotive in the previous post. However, it can be seen clearly that this old locomotive is not well maintained.Loading...ReplySo much rust! It is definitely a few decades old.Loading...ReplyI wonder if the train can move. I’m thinking not.Loading...ReplyThe locomotive served well. It can now rest in peace.Loading...ReplyA train museum is where this train belongs. It is part of vintage history.Loading...ReplyI feel like it can be as good as new with some new paint job. I wouldn’t be so quick to write it offLoading...ReplyPoor abandoned train. I wish it could be restored.Loading...ReplyI see something like a chimney atop the train. That’s very strange lolLoading...ReplyThis is an engineering marvel. I could stare at it all day!Loading...ReplyThe sky really caught my eye in this photo. It looks very peaceful.Loading...ReplyA major restoration is what this train needs. That would breathe into it a new lease of life.Loading...ReplyThis train should be salvaged for its scrap metal. That would be the best use for it.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.