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    Old Railroad

    Here are a few of the old railroad that used to run through town.

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    I really hate to say it, but that looks like the condition of our current "CTA" system.

    They charge through the roof prices and the thing is on its last legs, all the time. Thanks for reminding me, Frank ...

    try and take those skies into consideration, they are blown out. Graduated ND-filter? Polarizer? HDR?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkie1263 View Post
    Here are a few of the old railroad that used to run through town.

    Frank

    Very nice! There are some old trains near where I live too, and I love shooting them. Here's a very similar interior shot I took recently inside on of them:

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    Nice image
    Thanks Frank
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    Here is another shot of the tracks.
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    Here is another shot of the inside of the train. It is looking in from the outside door. I added the psychedelic effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkie1263 View Post
    Here is another shot of the inside of the train. It is looking in from the outside door. I added the psychedelic effect.
    Frank

    Nice again Frank. I'll have to post more of my old run down rail cars. Maybe this could turn into a train thread (not that I'm trying to hijack your thread).
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