Sunday, April 24, 2016

Random Photo: Choo-Choo Tracks

On our walk from the library to the arena where they were holding the circus, we crossed a bridge which is located right above some train tracks. I'm rather glad the train wasn't passing by. I'm sure it's speed would transfer some motion to the bridge. You don't see many trains go by very much, though I think many travel by in the early mornings to avoid clogging up traffic during the day. Waiting on a train can be a pain when it never seems to end. 

10 comments:

Huggybear said...

I think Adam you don't know much about trains???
I have yet to be on an overpass here in Australia
where the overpass moves due to the speed of a passing
train. If that was to happen then the WPHS people would be
onto it like a dog with a bone!
Yes the construction company which built the overpass would be finding themselves in court and heavily fined, and with possible suspension!
The same would apply in Europe, China and Japan where their trains hurtle along at speeds of over 300 kms an hour!
It is far better for vehicular traffic that freight is carried on rails rather than trucks clogging roads and being hazards to ordinary day motorists.
Be thankful for rail freight transportation and few minutes at a rail gate never hurt anyone.
Colin aka B J Hunnicut

Moscow Blogger said...

yes it wrote very poetical

Huggybear said...

Adam
I forgot to mention that there is a lady who comes to the Harlequin Club and Bistro at the Sofitel Brisbane once a week with her friend, and this lady is the "SPITTING" imagine of your Aunt Denise. They come to have a little flutter on those horrible poker machines - $10 only but shrieks of delight are heard with their "wins" and then they have lunch.
I am pleased to report that this lady is the most entertaining and friendly lady that you could ever meet.
I guess you could say that even though she is the absolute "look-a-like", in temperament she is the complete opposite!!! ha ha
I almost fell off my chair here at my desk when I saw the photo of your Aunt Denise.
Cheers
Colin

Al Penwasser said...

I've always been fascinated by trains. I relish being lulled to sleep by the lonely sound of a locomotive's whistle in the misty distance as I...excuse me, I came darn close to being all poetic and stuff.

Al Penwasser said...

I've always been fascinated by trains. I relish being lulled to sleep by the lonely sound of a locomotive's whistle in the misty distance as I...excuse me, I came darn close to being all poetic and stuff.

Sakuranko said...

I think I would like a small travel in train!
xx

Martha said...

There is something about trains that fascinates me. I also enjoying taking photographs of them and the tracks.

stephen Hayes said...

Here in Portland trains wait until rush hour to inch through town and snarl traffic.

Christine said...

our trains here are on time mostly, in winter it can be different

Lowcarb team member said...

I've always liked trains ...
I especially like taking the grand-children for train rides too - they love it.

All the best Jan