24 First-class Train Pictures

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The nice thing about traveling by train is that it gives you a good sense of what a country is like. You get to see both the countryside and the various towns and cities. When you get bored with the scenery, you can pick up a book or take a couple of pictures.

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Old Steam Train by aussiegall

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early train to bangkok by Nico

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Riding a Korean Train: 1945 by Don O'Brien

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NYC Steam by Don O'Brien

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Dresden by Bert Kaufmann

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Calatrava architecture by Bert Kaufmann

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Strathspey Railway - Aviemore by dave conner

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Diana visits a steam engine in Hesston, Indiana. by Kevin Dooley

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Toddington Steam Railway by Stuart Richards

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Leaving Yerevan... by Thomas Leuthard

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Safer shooting... by Thomas Leuthard

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NIght train by Kevin Dooley

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One way to South Shore by Michel Filion

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Mystical station by Feliciano Guimarães

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Lisboa / Lisbon / Lissabon by Bert Kaufmann

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saltcreek by Bruce Fingerhood

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Empty train by Erik Söderström

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Selective Color: Train by Krikit ♥

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Buscarril Hdri by cespedesenelmaule

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Amsterdam Central Station by Jeroen Bennink

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Keeping track by Larry

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train sunset by Stefano

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bahnsteigschwalbe by fluffisch

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Catch the train... by Thomas Leuthard

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  1. Stefano Rugolo

    Hello Tim,
    this is a great collection of “train shots” and I have to agree with you I do commute with the train and the trip is everything but a boring everyday return trip to work. So many things to bee seen outside the windows! Thank you for including my picture in this gallery!
    Stefano

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