Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: Train Doors

Opening Doors is hosted by Jientje at Heaven In Belgium








September 2008

29 comments:

Judi~Gmj said...

How do you find this music!! Fantastic song and pics.

quilly said...

You are so lucky! I love trains! Lovely shot. Wish I'd have been there!

Raven said...

You always find such interesting subjects. Well done. I like all the different angels too. Think I'm skipping WW this week, but maybe I'll feel more ambitious in the morning.

Jientje said...

Perfection, Carletta, you've found perfection!!!!
I hope Mr Linky lets you in this time!!! If not, let me know!!!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Wow. Almost a shame that such pieces of history are rusting away. I think train travel is one of the best ways to get from here to there. I love the clickety-clack sound the train makes as it speeds down the iron rails to your destiny. From Ohio to San Francisco by train, in uniform, was an experience I should never forget.

Your photographs brings back so many memories and for those I am grateful.

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fishing guy said...

Carletta: What a great shot of all the train doors.

Paz said...

Wonderful photos!

Paz

Kerri said...

Oh, these are neat looking doors! Great post!!

You get us thinking and looking at things we may never have thought of or looked at :) Thanks!

Brian said...

Great doors trains are just brill, you have captured a bit of history as they will not be around much longer by the llok of them.

There are trains on my blog somewhere, taken in York Museum England.

Melli said...

I.LOVE.THIS! You're amazing!

Carver said...

Now those are great train doors! I'll have to go back and listen to the song too. It sounded like the perfect accompaniment for the photo but I hit the comment button before I heard much of it.

photowannabe said...

Love all of your doors. Very artistic. the old rustiness was captured beautifully.

dot said...

I love these old train doors. Nice shot!

Dragonstar said...

These are great doors! Trains are so photogenic.

Webradio said...

Hello !

Très original !

Et très vieux trains !

Jientje said...

What the hell is the matter with that stupid Mr Linky?
( roll eyes!)I linked you in Carletta! I guess as soon as I see you posted tomorrow, I'll do it. I hat to have you begging for this!!
If I want you in, you're in!! Stupid Linky!

tipper said...

Very neat! Makes me want to go in each door.

Evelyn said...

I love those blue trains...wherever did you discover them? I also went back and looked at your covered bridges...very lovely. It's funny how only certain parts of the country had covered bridges. I know there are some in New England as well. I also enjoyed your entry on flat boats...very cool.

Daniel J Santos said...

interesting, well done.

Craver Vii said...

Gosh, I want to shield my ears in anticipation of the loud train noises and shrill screaming of doors that badly need lubrication. Wonderful piccies, Carletta! These are way up close and personal.

Hey, I tagged you if you're interested in playing along...

juliana said...

train doors! wow, love that rusty iron look. great!

Dr.John said...

Wow! You get my award for best doors. Close ups of train doors how can you beat that?

Neal said...

Whenever I see train doors it always takes me back to the days when I was growing up and the train ran by our house. It had a caboose then and the guys on it would always wave at us.

Christine said...

I love old trains. Great pictures. Takes a person back in time.

ellen b said...

These are great. I love that the doors are so weathered and blue...

Beckynsc said...

Interesting photos! Are those near your home?
Thanks for the visit, hope you return!

sonia a.m. said...

Great photos, Carletta!

Rose said...

I always wanted a caboose for a playhouse!

I had never really noticed the doors though so from now on I will keep an eye out just to see what I do see.

Janice Thomson said...

Wow - such unique photos for the theme. Fantastic shots indeed.