This black and white photograph was taken at Richland Creek, near Dayton, Tennessee, and features the structural remnants of a railroad train trestle that was used by the Dayton Coal & Iron Company, in operation between 1882 until the 1920’s.
Mass transit can sometimes be confusing, and this train with eight aisles of seating is certainly no exception. The up-side is that there are rarely limitations on passenger capacity. This kaleidoscopic black and white imagery is available on different print types in my gallery at Fine Art America.
Whether you’re looking for something to add as home decor, or an item to liven up a boring office wall, visit my gallery at Fine Art America to discover many different available print types featuring these railroad tracks – including: framed, canvas, acrylic, metal, wood and art prints. Enjoy!
With doors at both ends and seats facing in either direction, trains can sometimes effectively disorient an individual and ones sense of balance. As such, never underestimate the value of a seatbelt and a good book! This colorful mirror image photography is available on a variety of different print types, as well as other items, in my galleries at Pixels and Society 6. Enjoy!
This vintage photograph is available in my gallery at Pixels and features a Lake Superior ship loading iron ore freight from a dock in Michigan’s upper peninsula at Marquette. Enjoy this picture in a frame, on a canvas, metal, acrylic, or as a poster!
Enjoy this black and white abstract photographic imagery of the interior of a train, with eight different aisles of seating available. Whether you’re interested in decorating a wall in your home or at the office, several print options and other varieties of merchandise are available in the following galleries: