Sunday, October 30, 2011

Silent Sunday: More photos from the Great Plains Transportation Museum











10 thoughtful remarks:

Ana Cristina Caldatto said...

uauu que passeio lindo!
grata por comaprtilhar as fotos!
amo trens!

tenho alguns de ferromodelismo!

Marilyn Rock said...

Solidly fantastic! We lucked out here! In our area - we got 4.8 inches of snow compared to others. This weather is crazy! The trees are droopy with snow but my heart goes out to those without power and there was damage done from falling trees and limbs! I am counting my blessings today! Hope things are calm there; have a great day! xxoo

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

I love these old trains, what a way to see the world and your photos are perfect. Transporting me right back. Thanks for sharing Elizabeth. xox Corrine

Sue said...

Hi hun
how ya doin?? sorry i have not been by for a while busy busy, luv the train piccies, great way to while away a few hours, sue,x

Lynn said...

Something about old trains isn't there?

amy said...

these are so cool.

i'm a sucker for old trains - i also love the ones with graffiti on them :))
xxa

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Trains are such huge fascinating monsters!!! Patsy from
HeARTworks

Dianne said...

they seem lonely...

Julia Dunnit said...

We have to put out old trains indoors so the weather can't slowly erode them. Aren't these beautifully kept. I love that you now park under the station platform gable...and the spaghetti works in the distance...great urban architecture.

Dianne said...

Lovely old trains!