"Car 2862 At Wabash"

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  1. Tex Schneider

    Tex Schneider Founding Member

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    "Car 2862 At Wabash"

    Chicago, Illinois ~ USA

    Just when you thought I could not use the word Wabash again, right? :)

    All comments are welcome.

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    When I first looked at this shot the roof on the far side of the train almost appeared to be part of the train. Curious twist of the lighting.

    Your Chicago adventure left you a nice stash of interesting shots :)
     
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  3. Tex Schneider

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    Alan - Thank you. Yes, I am very happy with the images that I consider keepers! It was an awesome trip!
     
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    Well Tex, you certainly Wabashed me when I wasn't looking. :eek:

    Nice work.
     
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    Man that car is a tight fit with the infrastructure. Nice one
     
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    Ben - The car just looks like a tight fit, because the canopy has a significant curve to its design. There is actually another set of tracks behind the car for trains going in the opposite direction. It does look like the car has a dorsal fin!
     

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