rutakintome in black and white, Chicago, Downtown October 16, 2014 21 Words burlington route How fun would it have been to ride in this beauty? Taken at The Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL. Share this:TwitterEmailLinkedInFacebookMoreRedditTumblrWhatsAppPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related Taggedblack and whiteBurlington Routemuseum of science and industrytrain
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He’is wonderful 😀
Hello! Thanks for stopping by 🙂
Wow. Steampunk by every connotation of the word.
Thanks for stopping by! “Because not everyone in Calgary is a Cowboy.” Love it!!
Haha thanks! And no problem :).
Fantastic bw work. Really great. Congrats.
Thank you so much Marcos.
It must have been an stunning experience rioding on this train.
Stunning B&W conversion.
Agreed! Thank you Marcelo!
This old train has a rather space age look to it. I like it!
Years ago, my husband’s grandfather worked on the Burlington Route as a switchman. He got struck by lightning one day while he was working (back in 1937). If I didn’t have the photos, I would have a hard time believing that someone could live after a lightning strike to the head. But he did survive and he returned to his job on the Burlington Route. He must have loved his work, because I think (after that) I would have been to0 scared to do my job….any time I saw a storm blowing in. 😉 http://storieswithnobooks.com/2014/06/09/railroad-switchman-struck-by-lightning-1937/
Hi Mary, Thank you and thanks for stopping by and sharing your miracle story!