Photography CSX 3422 and CSX 766 Posted on September 12, 2020September 11, 2020 by Thomas Slatin September 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostThe Only Child Of An Atomic Engineer (Preface) Next PostChessie System CO90224 19 thoughts on “CSX 3422 and CSX 766”That is a beautiful train, my friend! 🙂 Amelia Desertsong recently posted..Photophile Musings: “I Took a Journey to the Unknown”Loading...ReplyThe sky sells it for me. Anyway where is this train going? I never rode one but it must be quiet an experience. Great shot.Loading...ReplyThis photo looks a little odd to me. From my point of view on this photo, it appears that the CSX 3422 and CSX 766 are fused.Loading...ReplyThe sky is aweome for me. I don’t know where’s this train heading to.Loading...ReplyThe sky color made the photograph a perfect touched one. I love the train for despite old, originality still shows in it.Loading...ReplyThe weather looks very friendly in the picture, even the atmosphere looks so comfortable. The CSX 3422 and CSX 766 seem to have opposite travel routes.Loading...ReplyI just love the color of the sky here, it an awesome blue and white color.which I like. The photo is nice too.Loading...ReplyTwo identical trains. Such a lovely siteLoading...ReplyThe sky sure looks beautiful in this photo. Do share more please!Loading...ReplyI have noticed you have a passion for trains. You have so many photos of them.Loading...ReplyThe colors in this photo blend in so beautifully. Very well done Thomas!Loading...ReplyI wonder how this would look in black and white. Quite vintage I’m guessing.Loading...ReplyThese are some well built trains. I can see they are built to last.Loading...ReplyTwo phenomenal trains side by side. That’s something you don’t get to see everyday.Loading...ReplyI think the landscape mode worked well for this shot. It captured the entire scene perfectly.Loading...ReplyThe trains belong in a train museum. They look classic vintage.Loading...ReplyI much prefer these older trains to the modern ones. They have so much character.Loading...ReplyIt’s amazing that these trains look to be in such good condition. That’s their old age notwithstanding!Loading...ReplyThe llandscape is percfect for this picture, the train looks very vibrant event it’s a bit old.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Alex Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.