A weekly photo linkup
No more way... maybe?! Thank you for sharing. Stay healthy and well.
Sort of sad to see the end! If it could only talk, what tales it could tell! Have a grand week!
Like the photos. Great title!
I lived near a subway end in Brooklyn, NY, at one time. It always made me wonder why the line didn't go further south when it was built?
My house is near to this mess, but sorting out seriously now!
I don't think those timbers will stand up against a wind storm, much less a locomotive!
So interesting and such a great capture. Thank you for sharing and hosting too!
That's quite interesting to see, isn't it? Old structures are good in detail cos they offer lots of lines and then the bolts etc add visually
Fascinating captures! Sad though.Happy Tuesday, Sue!
Shame. Was that the dropping off point for passengers? Thanks for the link today Sue 😊.
Great find. The old has to make way for the new.
Oh dear -- the end indeed!!
Indeed the end. Nice illustrated here.
Something like this is also near my house in Verona. :)Have a nice week ahead!
Interesting pictures! They look like from an western movie ...Have a great day!
Part of history and wish it had plaque to explain what it was a part of. I wonder if it was part of a train trestle?
Looks like it was an engineering marvel when built.
What an interesting series, Sue. Can you share more about what this is?
In many countries, both trains and railway infrastructure have remained in the past .. But it is a memory, once the train used to pass there .. Happy WW!
Used many moons ago I'm guessing. I love to visit places and learn the history.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥
Interesting and like the caption.
old rail for train?
What a cool and wonderful find. Thanks for sharing it. Very nice.
Take a leap of faith if you come to the end of the line OrLet go for it is the end.Though provoking post :)
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