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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Choo-choo


Remember last week, when I showed you the beavers sending their boats down the river for the race? This is that same little walking bridge that they set those boats off from. Now you are seeing a different perspective.

Above the park is the bridge for the train.






Yesterday, as we stood and watched the train. It creaked and clacked as it made it's way across the bridge.








It is an awesome sight to be standing under the over-pass as the train rolls through.

Makes one realize how small we really are in this big world. And, the awesome power of a train!

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33 comments:

sandy said...

That is massive! I bet it is neat to be standing under it!

Lisa said...

That is so cool! Beautiful!

kiddiescorner said...

Very cool thanks for sharing

Mighty M said...

How neat! Hannah would love to watch that train!!

April said...

That's a sight you don't often see...how cool! Happy WW!

Jillene said...

I love trains. I grew up near train tracks--the sound is soothing to me.

Sweet Annabelle said...

Really cool! My husband used to take the boys to see the trains when they were little! Great memories,

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Ali said...

wow that is so neat! I love the train bridge, the stone/bricks are great! Jimmy is starting to get into trains, my dad and step mom have a bunch of Thomas toys at their house and he goes straight for them as soon as we get in the door!

Sara Bonds said...

How beautiful. I adore trains. I think they photograph so well. You captured this one beautifully.

Happy WW from Sara @ the Mostly Wordless Wednesday H.Q.!

jubilee said...

My youngest son is fascinated with trains. What neat pictures.

BTW, love your blog layout.

Randi Troxell said...

so pretty and ive said it before and i'll say it again... i think you must live is such a pretty place!

Doré said...

Brayden loves trains and would so enjoy seeing a train cross that bridge!

Great pics!

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Happy WW!!

Staci said...

very cool!!! My son would LOVE watching the train!

Sue said...

Great shots! I love the sound of trains too.

Happy WW ~ TFS

Muthering Heights said...

What beautiful bridges!

Kristina P. said...

What a gorgeous bridge!

I am Harriet said...

I've done that. It is pretty neat :)
http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/06/wordless-wednesday.html

Lisa said...

Great Pictures , hope you have a wonderful WW

The Mud Bug said...

I am going on a train for the first time next month and am so nervous.

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Kate said...

I love trains and those pictures were great.

2 by 2 Boutique said...

my little man loves trains!! great shots!

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ParentingPink said...

Very cool bridge! Happy Ww!

Staci said...

It always makes me nervous to be down below! Great photos though!

Anissa said...

I see a train pass in front of use everyday -- across the highway from us. Very Loud!!!!!!
I would be scared to stand under there I would be afraid it would fall -- Yes I'm crazy like that -- I'm always thinking of stuff.

Buckeroomama said...

What a beautiful bridge. I love photographing bridges!

Daddy Digest said...

I still get excited when I see or hear trains. Never seen anything like those bridges before! Awesome!

Sandy Toes said...

What a fun picture...is it loud?
sandy toe

Jenners said...

My son would love this place!!

Carey-Life in the Carpool Lane said...

So cool! It's so beautiful where you live...such different scenery from where I am.

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Kristen Andrews said...

really cool shot!

Janet said...

Oh I LOVE trains! What a beautiful bridge and I can almost hear the clickity, clack! We're going on a train trip with a whole bunch of friends on the 16th June - its a bank holiday here, Youth Day! Be sure to watch out for some interesting pictures!

Julie@Momspective said...

Super Cool, reminds me of "Stand By Me!"

Sue said...

I so envy the peaceful life you have out there in the country! Sigh ;-)

Speaking of feeling "small" - I couldn't help but think of that was I was looking down on the clouds Saturday night (as I flew over your area) from the airplane. I feel so close to God up there away from the hustle and bustle on the ground.

Great pics!