Photography Number 5 In The Shop Posted on March 21, 2020March 31, 2020 by Thomas Slatin August 2009Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostWhatsoever I’ve Feared Has Come To Life Next PostUpper Hudson River Railroad 5019 23 thoughts on “Number 5 In The Shop”What an old strong train is this. I bet it, it’s not working! I love the caption, the effect . It makes it looks really strongLoading...ReplyA shop full of equipment of different types. Lovely train….this trains are really seen out there this days. Good output pal….more grease to your elbowLoading...ReplySo this is what a train garage looks like. I’ve never seen one in person.Loading...ReplyI think the black and white goes well with this shot. It gives it that unique old school feel.Loading...ReplyIt looks like the train needs some service. Great job on the photo as usual Thomas!!Loading...ReplyThe locomotive has seen some better days. It really looks very old.Loading...ReplyBrilliantly captured photographs. The numbering is so important in a situation where you have many equipments like that.Loading...ReplyThis is the fifth train in a fleets of dozens. I wish I could see the rest.Loading...ReplyBrilliantly done photos Tom. It has been a while since I saw one of these beauties.Loading...ReplyThis should be the number 5 train in the whole lot. It sure does look very strong.Loading...ReplyA shot well taken. The title give a unique meaning and the black and white edit did same to the photoLoading...ReplyYou got some amazing angles on the locomotive. You’re a very talented photographer.Loading...ReplyI can’t remember the last time I rode on a train like this. That has to go into my bucket list.Loading...ReplyI can’t get enough of your black and white photos. I love every single one of them!!Loading...ReplyIt is the first time I am seeing these old trains this close. Much thanks for sharing the lovely shots.Loading...ReplyThis train is so well built. It looks much stronger than most of our modern day trains.Loading...ReplyIt is good that it’s being maintained. It will surely help the engine works in a good condition.Loading...ReplyTrain in a shop or how, I didn’t really get this photo. But it is a nice one. This was well shot.Loading...ReplyWow, the train looks amazing. I really love vintage trains.Loading...ReplyThis let me remembers part of movies that has trains. I am always fascinated by trains.Loading...ReplyThis train must be decades years of age. This pics is amazing to me.Loading...ReplyI would like to be able to see this majestic machine up close, and to be able to see the interior of its facilities, it must be very comfortable.Loading...ReplyThe pictures looks amazing, i love the topic and the white and black effect.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.