Photography Upper Hudson River Railroad 5019 Posted on March 22, 2020March 31, 2020 by Thomas Slatin August 2009Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostNumber 5 In The Shop Next PostLet The Sunshine In 30 thoughts on “Upper Hudson River Railroad 5019”With the gloomy sky this will be a very cold ride. I like it though it makes me sleep. For the train well it is old school but it looks sturdy and still has a lot of miles ahead of it.Loading...ReplyThe rain is coming so prepare your thick outfit that suits the weather. The train needs some little paint touches. Great shootLoading...ReplyThis is a big train. Haven’t rode one like this before. Really love the effects and gloomy weather. Nice day!Loading...ReplyWhat a brilliant and cool photograph. You made the capture from a good and perfect angle. I love the color combination of the train.Loading...ReplyThe sky and the train takes the same colour, this is beautiful. I was just checking the picture out over and over againLoading...ReplyI have never actually been on a train. Would love to get a ride on that particular one. Looks fun.Loading...ReplyI love trains, especially when I get to go take a ride on one. Truly an amazing experience!Loading...ReplyWow, it looks like this train have worked a lot along its life, I’m glad it still works but maybe it should receive have some maintenance.Loading...ReplyWhat a splendid and cool photo. You made the catch from a decent and impeccable edge. I love the shading mix of the train.Loading...ReplyThis train has such beautiful colors. It looks so unique and lovely.Loading...ReplyOne of the cutest trains I’ve ever seen. Can’t have enough glance of it.Loading...ReplyWhat a strong machine this is. Such are very rare to see in this modern day and age.Loading...ReplyAwesome railroad vehicle definitely worth shooting. Beautiful view of the sky as well.Loading...ReplyThis is one classic photo and it look really good. I like the shot even from a distance, you have your best shot.Loading...ReplyThis railway must have history, the beautiful thing is that they still preserve it, to give meaning to the history, and that anyone has full knowledge of this relic.Loading...ReplyThis train looks Thomas. It is really cool.Loading...ReplyA good capture of this locomotive. Good use of HDR effect as well. Oldie but goody photo.Loading...ReplyIs this an alternative take? I saw the same train a few days ago. It is all good though. For one it gives me a different look. I love that gray and blue combination.Loading...ReplyThis is what I like from your photos. They are always quality ones.Loading...ReplyThe sky looks brilliant in this shot. Very good work Tom!Loading...ReplyThat’s a really dated train. I am surprised it still moves.Loading...ReplyThe train is strong and turgid. They sure don’t make them this strong anymore.Loading...ReplyI am in love with all your train photos. They stand out so well.Loading...ReplyThe train looks a bit rusty. I bet it has been in service for decades.Loading...ReplyThis is a strange looking train. I can’t tell whether it’s a cargo or a passenger train.Loading...ReplyI have never boarded a train before. I hope I get to do so some day.Loading...ReplyThe train’s color scheme is quite impressive. It’s very appealing to look at.Loading...ReplyI like the level of detail captured in this photo. That must be a very good camera you have.Loading...ReplyIs the train in motion or stationary? I can’t figure it out.Loading...ReplyYou got the perfect angle for the shot. Very professionally executed Tom.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. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.