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25 comments:

  1. No more way... maybe?!

    Thank you for sharing. Stay healthy and well.

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  2. Sort of sad to see the end! If it could only talk, what tales it could tell! Have a grand week!

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  3. 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?

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  4. My house is near to this mess, but sorting out seriously now!

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  5. I don't think those timbers will stand up against a wind storm, much less a locomotive!

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  6. So interesting and such a great capture. Thank you for sharing and hosting too!

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  7. 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

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  8. Fascinating captures! Sad though.

    Happy Tuesday, Sue!

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  9. Shame. Was that the dropping off point for passengers? Thanks for the link today Sue 😊.

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  10. Great find. The old has to make way for the new.

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  11. Indeed the end. Nice illustrated here.

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  12. Something like this is also near my house in Verona. :)
    Have a nice week ahead!

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  13. Interesting pictures! They look like from an western movie ...

    Have a great day!

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  14. 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?

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  15. Looks like it was an engineering marvel when built.

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  16. What an interesting series, Sue. Can you share more about what this is?

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  17. 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!

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  18. Used many moons ago I'm guessing. I love to visit places and learn the history.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  19. What a cool and wonderful find. Thanks for sharing it. Very nice.

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  20. Take a leap of faith if you come to the end of the line
    Or
    Let go for it is the end.

    Though provoking post :)

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