Friday, August 17, 2007

DOWN AT THE STATION

The Railyard at Old Town Sacramento. Seeing all the old trains out in the yard made me think of the childrens song: Down By The Station.....
Down by the station early in the morning
See the little pufferbellies all in a row
See the Station Master pull the little handle
Chug chug, toot toot
Off they go.
My son has just started to blog. Take a look at his site. Mr. Mapper is the site name. You can find his information on my previous post.
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16 comments:

Miguel Villafuerte said...

This is a fresh blog, congratulations, good shots. Regards.

Ratzfatz said...

dear photowannabe,
thank you so much for your visits and your nice comments!
I wish you a beautiful and a nice weekend!
Regards

Meg in Nelson said...

Yay, trains. Yay, Mr Mapper. I shall go look for him.

Sidney said...

A blogging family!

Annie said...

Isn't it fun to have a family member join in the fun!

Salty Dawg said...

Rust & Shadows, looks great! And what kid of the B-Boomers doesn't love trains?

My blog has moved. It is now at countrycaptures.blogspot.com

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Lavenderlady said...

I used to lvoe the old train museum in Sacramento. I'm envious.

ruth said...

Good to see you out exploring your new community. And your son's blog is nice! Love to see your granddaughter's hands playing piano. I just took a photo of my daughter playing last week when she was home from NY, and she's now 26. :)

Steve Buser said...

I often wonder if those things would really stop a train.

Kate said...

Railroads have a special fascination. I think that if you go to Slinger's post on 8/13, you'll see some similarities in thought between this post and his: http://www.twincitiesdailyphoto.com/

Chad Oneil said...

I look at that and wonder how much it would take for the train cars to destroy that piece of steel on the track.

Stunner said...

Nice photo.

Stunner
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Mike said...

Great shot Sue! Of course you know how I love trains.

Libbys Blog said...

Hi thanks for popping over! lad to see your still clicking away!!

mrsnesbitt said...

Love to see the trains. My father in law worked for British Rail. My MIL still travels for free, first cllass!
I wish I could use her pass...it is indeed for Mrs Nesbitt! LOL!