Sunday, September 6, 2009

A Train...passing by



18 comments:

Missy said...

This is the weirdest looking bike I've ever seen. I mean it's huge, gigantic, where's the seat and the handle bars???


Have you ever put a penny on the track for a train to roll over?

Thom said...

Like the new header my friend. Great pictures...odd looking bikes I must say LOL. There's a couple of awards for you on my blog :) Aloha

Dr.John said...

I love trains and train pictures. Better than bikes.

Canajun said...

Did you do the arm pump so he'd blow the whistle for you?

Anna said...

Great pics Baron, I think we have one here like that too, but its been standing in place and not moving at all, and I think some guy lives there because I see antenna on the roof. Anna :)

Protege said...

Ah, I love trains! There is something inevitable romantic about the old machines and something so very intriguing about the new.
There is no better way to travel then by train.;))

Peter (Worldman): said...

I love trains, I use them a lot in Switzerland. And on 27th October, I will take the train from Vavuniya to Colombo, via Medawachchia and Anuradhapura.

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Love the Train photos Baron, Thank you for sharing. Like the new Header love the bike

Baron's Life said...

Missy..I left the handle bars at home....love your plume darling

Baron's Life said...

Missy...re: the penny...yes have done so in Montreal when I was a kid as the train track ran just behind our house...

Baron's Life said...

Thom...thanks man...will check it out...!

Baron's Life said...

Dr. John...this was published in your honor as Bill made it plenty clear you liked trains...

Baron's Life said...

Canajun...I hardly had the time to catch the pic on the move...he was crossing as I got there...

Baron's Life said...

Protege..I'm with you...would love to ride the Trans Siberia from Beijing to London

Baron's Life said...

Peter the train you will be riding is quite differet. I've been on it...it's too crowded...it kills the experience or rather gives it another meaning

Baron's Life said...

Anna This was a real moving train...if you click on the picture you'll see more details
Would love to live in a train...should be a wonderful experience

Baron's Life said...

Bill..this photo was for Dr. John and yerself...

A Lady's Life said...

Ah yes trains are fun but my dream is to live on a boat.
Somehow trains crossing thin wooden bridges through mountains do not go well with me.
They are heavy metal and would fall real hard, as would airplanes.
But like everything else in life, taken to the right places, can be an unforgetable experience.
:)