Colorful G Man ... NS 18G east at Piscataway with a couple NS Dash9Ws, a PRLX "Ex. CSX YN2" AC46 (one of the former "Diversity in Motion" engines) and an NYA "OLS" MP15, plus a few new concrete tie cars as well in the mix. 12/2018.
YARD OUTLASTED E.H.H
The former Grand Trunk Division Point and Yard in Battle Creek was threatened with oblivion in 2008 by E Hunter Harrison. Fortunately the yard is still here. There are 30 classification tracks, inside main, online refueling, outside main and a small car shop still in operation. Most activity today are “block swaps”. Trains from Chicago to Canada (and back) exchange blocks of cars in Battle Creek, Lansing and Flint. Note the former Grand Trunk locomotives on the left.
I will never forget the feeling and Peace i had at 3 AM at Arabian Sea Coast while doing my Nitnem (Routine-Hymns). The pure air, coming from Ocean, was absorbing all tensions and negativity from my body. Water waves was hitting the coast in the most peaceful way. The light coming from Moon was pouring its magical Rays to the Scenery. Now I can Imagine how Beautiful would be our GOD who made this beautiful World and Beyond.... .
Eine V.60 der HVLE steht kalt im RLC Wustermark.
Für die Bilder an diesen Tag erfolgte eine Anmeldung beim Fahrdienstleiter sowie am Ende auch eine Abmeldung. Zudem verfügte eine Begleitung eines Tf, durch seine Belehrung über das Verhalten auf einen Betriebsgelände. Wurde sich natürlich strengsten dadran gehalten !!!
[🇺🇸 version below ] 🇵🇱📷 EN-57 wiecznie żywe chciałoby się powiedzieć 😉 Ale nie o tych nieśmiertelnych pociągach ciałem Wam dzisiaj powiedzieć. To kadr z okolic #poznań - z #puszczykowo a jednak wygląda niczym z uzdrowiskowej miejscowości. I sporo w tym prawdy, bo to podpoznańskie miasteczko przez lata było ważnym kurortem w regionie. Choć dzisiaj sanatoria i miejscowości lecznicze kojarzymy głównie z górami czy morzem, to w czasach, bez samochodów i szybkiej kolei ludzie szukali takich miejsc w swojej najbliższej okolicy. I znajdowali je. Aktualnie wiele takich lokalnych uzdrowisk podupadło albo wręcz całkowicie zatraciło swój charakter, ale nadal można w nich spotkać ślady dawnej roli i świetności.
🇺🇸📷 EN-57 eternally alive one would like to say 😉 But not about these immortal #train I will tell you today. It is a frame from the vicinity of #poznan - from Puszczykowo and yet it looks like a spa #town . And there is a lot of truth in it, because this town near Poznań was for years an important resort in the region. Although today we associate sanatoriums and healing resorts mainly with mountains or the sea, in times without cars and high-speed #rail people were looking for such places in their immediate area. And they found them. Currently, many such local spas have declined or even completely lost their character, but you can still find traces of their former role and splendor. #jesień#okiemignoranta#goldenhour#polandsights#polandgrams#igerspoland#poznaninpixels#wlkpinpixels#wielkopolska#polska#poland#autumn#autumncolors#polregio#przewozyregionalne#pkp#railway#railways#railways_of_europe#railstagram#railfan#railfans#kolej#kolejowa_polska
I’ve seen most my of my photographer friends share the unfortunate and recent news that a teen in Oregon was fatally hit by a train during a senior photo session. My brother, who works on a railroad, immediately sent me the article when he saw it. Not only is taking photos on railroad tracks trespassing and illegal, but it is also incredibly unsafe. Today’s trains are “quieter than ever” and it is hard to judge how fast and far away they are. Bottom line: it’s not worth it. But, you can still get photos with trains and tracks safely - by getting permission directly from the railroad (not likely) or taking photos at a tourist railroad or train museum. The National Railroad Museum here in Green Bay allows Professionals to take senior, engagement, wedding, and family photos for a fee. I included a link address below for more information. “The only thing that belongs on those tracks are trains.” Keep your clients and family safe!
Professional Photography info for the National Railroad Museum: https://nationalrrmuseum.org/photography
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