Photography Intact Passenger Car Posted on April 2, 2008January 28, 2018 by Thomas Slatin View On FlickrMore Photos…Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostClosed Gas Station Next PostThe Working Man 25 thoughts on “Intact Passenger Car” Pingback: Photographers, Grab a Coffee. These Links Will be Keeping You Busy for a Whilei am always fascinated by trains. its just a shame that some people just put graphite on it instead of just restoring it.Loading...ReplyThe title for this sound opposite. There is nothing intact about this seat,all looking worn-out.Loading...ReplyThis is an eye sore, what really happened to these seats. There look really bad. The photo is sharp enough.Loading...ReplyNo one in the cabin. Is it because of the pandemic?Loading...ReplySo vintage! I really love this photo. Something I can keep. An abandoned train I guess.Loading...ReplyImagine what the pandemic has brought to the community at large. Well taken photograph.Loading...ReplyA vintage passenger car. I wonder how old it is.Loading...ReplyThis is a cute bus. In this pandemic though, social distancing must be observe especially in public transportation.Loading...ReplyJust imagining how the exterior will look like. This interior looks really abandoned like for years. Cool effectLoading...ReplyThis cant be intact. This is bad, dirty and probably not functioning again. Cant imagine myself seat on those. Nice choice of effectLoading...ReplyWo, what a cool picture, I bet this is a very old bus.. the black and white effect makes me feel in the unknown dimensionLoading...ReplyIntact but in a very bad shape. I guess this is a train? If it is then it should be fixed before being allowed to travel. Passenger safety is always first.Loading...ReplyNothing really is immune to the passage of time, as this weathered abandoned passenger car shows. But there are exceptions where the passage of time is not as savage.Loading...ReplyThe title is very ironic. The seats don’t seem to be intact.Loading...ReplyThis is a very comfy looking passenger train. I would have fancied a ride in it!Loading...ReplyThe shot looks great in black and white. Amazing work as usual Tom.Loading...ReplyThe train is very spacious. It must have been very comfortable.Loading...ReplyI can tell this train has seen some better days. It must be decades old!Loading...ReplyThis train should be re-purposed for something else. It could make a good restaurant in my opinion.Loading...ReplyThe train sure looks classy. I bet it was quite something when it was still new.Loading...ReplyWith a little renovation and repair the train can be as good as new. It shouldn’t be written off.Loading...Replyt’s sad that such a lovely train was abandoned. I guess its time had passed.Loading...ReplyI wish this could be restored and put up for display in a train museum. That would be so cool.Loading...ReplyIt’s amazing that the seats look fairly intact for such an old train. That just shows how well built the train is.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Janine Bocateja 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.