March 15, 2014
dailytrain:

German Train in the beautiful Swiss Klettgau by marvin buschendorf on Flickr.
Your Daily Train

dailytrain:

German Train in the beautiful Swiss Klettgau by marvin buschendorf on Flickr.

Your Daily Train

February 8, 2014
itchylabels:

Sunday Shootin’.

itchylabels:

Sunday Shootin’.

February 4, 2014
hekiqoo:

仄かな蒼の朝

hekiqoo:

仄かな蒼の朝

January 31, 2014
minhtutran:

A Lokomotion 662 + 904 Böckstein 31-12-2013 by peters452002 on Flickr.

minhtutran:

A Lokomotion 662 + 904 Böckstein 31-12-2013 by peters452002 on Flickr.

January 27, 2014
dailytrain:

HNJ High-speed train by Tobias Jäderup on Flickr.
Your Daily Train

dailytrain:

HNJ High-speed train by Tobias Jäderup on Flickr.

Your Daily Train

January 25, 2014
pagewoman:

Flying Scotsman,Arten Gill Viaduct,Dentdale,Cumbria,England.

pagewoman:

Flying Scotsman,Arten Gill Viaduct,Dentdale,Cumbria,England.

January 25, 2014
hekiqoo:

元旦の帰省客 紅い二人は乗り込み 白い母さんが見送る
列車がエンジンを噴かすと 満面の笑顔で手を振っていた

hekiqoo:

元旦の帰省客
紅い二人は乗り込み
白い母さんが見送る

列車がエンジンを噴かすと
満面の笑顔で手を振っていた

(via yfa29212)

January 25, 2014
marmarinou:

162-23 MILW 992122 Cab 3-86 by Carlson’s Train Camera on Flickr.
Milwaukee Road caboose at Rondout, Illinois Photo by Sam Carlson Caption from flickr: “Grabbing orders in the time honored tradition! The conductor or else the rear brakeman is leaning out of the bay window and reaching for the orders. The orders are hard for us to see but in plain sight from the caboose. The train is southbound (railroad east.) The Tower is to the left, and the Operator is standing near the bottom of the stairs looking the train over. The signal is the order board. Behind it is the small platform and steps that the operator must climb in order to hang the orders. This is at Rondout, IL in March, 1986.”

marmarinou:

162-23 MILW 992122 Cab 3-86 by Carlson’s Train Camera on Flickr.

Milwaukee Road caboose at Rondout, Illinois

Photo by Sam Carlson

Caption from flickr: “Grabbing orders in the time honored tradition! The conductor or else the rear brakeman is leaning out of the bay window and reaching for the orders. The orders are hard for us to see but in plain sight from the caboose. The train is southbound (railroad east.) The Tower is to the left, and the Operator is standing near the bottom of the stairs looking the train over. The signal is the order board. Behind it is the small platform and steps that the operator must climb in order to hang the orders. This is at Rondout, IL in March, 1986.”

(via jagneta)

January 25, 2014
minhtutran:

66603 by AlanP on Flickr.

minhtutran:

66603 by AlanP on Flickr.

January 2, 2014

(Source: kobla32, via motiveisloco)

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