• Maury Cheskes

    I love the range of your photos and all the vast subject material. I could see it being a great adventure riding one of these hopper cars on a grand hitchhiking adventure.

  • Rae

    I’ve always wanted to know what it feels like riding that. Where did you find this? Amazing shot as always!

  • meldred24

    I never ever ride a train. We have this one back in our hometown when there’s still a sugar factory and it carries a lot of sugarcane. I wonder how it feels to ride something like this.

  • Pearl

    I notice that you love train as a subject. I am always intrigued how it feels to ride in a train because I’ve never been in one.

  • May

    Any thing you capture is a true work of art. I have nothing to say to this pic, the hopper cars and the sky speak its quality.

  • Miaka Yuuki

    Where is the train? It works as a wagon is it not? I have seen a lot of these on my area back then. This feels very nostalgic.

  • Bartax

    In my country it is very seldom to see these old tracks and old cars. And they only travel to and from provinces.

  • David Mureithi

    Looks like those trailers that are at road construction sites. This definitely could be carrying raw materials.

  • Brandy

    This is a great photo to preserve history. This kind of trains are slowly being replaced by modern electric trains.

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