Photography NATX 160069 Posted on November 22, 2020February 8, 2021 by Thomas Slatin Chester Rail DepotChester, Vermont, United StatesNovember, 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostPhotographer Thomas W.P. Slatin Reviews His Photos From 2019 Next PostChester Depot 25 thoughts on “NATX 160069”Love old railroad depots like this. Amelia Desertsong recently posted..Lost in Love (Poetry)Loading...ReplyFor an old depot this still looks good. It can be a decent land mark in case you get lost ha ha. Is it still in service? Anyway good shot as always.Loading...ReplyThe railroad depot makes the picture quite unique. I really like the way the picture was taken.Loading...ReplyHow I wish we still have old railroad depot. I’m very fun of hearing stories which involves railroads. Well being able to one even in picture only is already an achievement for me. Quite a unique subject for a picture.Loading...ReplyA unique old railway depot, rear to see this nowadays. Lovely and cool, I love this so muchLoading...ReplyThe cargo looks like it was from far. You can tell by the dirt on it.Loading...ReplyWow, that picture is very impressive. it makes me think of Europe in the old days.Loading...ReplyThe train looks like a petrol tanker from afar. Thanks for the good post.Loading...ReplyI like the angling with this shot. I share your fascination with trains and railroads.Loading...ReplyA depot thst is old but still stands out it really amazing to behold and look usableLoading...ReplyThis really looks like an heavy train moving raw materials. I love priceless engine like this.Loading...ReplyThe place where this train passes looks quite desolate and the material in which these houses are made looks worn, perhaps because of the time they have been or perhaps due to weather conditions.Loading...ReplyRan a search, based on the caption. “NATX” seems to indicate that these were non-common carrier trains, from the North American Tank Line, apparently. Those supply trains probably brought petrol or similar products through, when they were still in use. However, now that they’re no longer in operation, they’re gaining a lot of rust.I wonder if those trains (and the depot) can be repurposed, somehow. It would be a waste to have them all decay, without being put to some form of good use.Loading...ReplyAmazing photo you have there. Just seeing the photo makes me feel a distant feeling like I want to go to the country side and bask with nature. I would love to go there and take pictures as well.Loading...ReplyThat’s definitely not a passenger train. I wonder what kind of cargo it transports.Loading...ReplyThis looks very scenic. It makes me miss the countryside.Loading...ReplyThe train cars look a bit rusty. It could use a new paintLoading...ReplyThe adjacent buildings look so old. I wish I knew where this isLoading...ReplyDoes the train have a driver? It doesn’t look like itLoading...ReplyI really like this shot a lot. It is simple yet immensely beautiful!Loading...ReplyThe trees are so branchy. I bet it doesn’t rain much here.Loading...ReplyThe Oh so beautiful countryside. This brings back so many memories.Loading...ReplySo much detail captured in one photo. I admire your camera.Loading...ReplyIt’s a very old railway line. I am surprised it still worksLoading...ReplyI hope to one day be able to take pictures this good. Your work is an inspiration!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.