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The Half-Abandoned Clinton Union Station Trains History Photos

Any longtime visitor of this site is well aware of my fascination with abandoned infrastructure – whether it be remains of Chernobyl’s “Radioactive Railroad,” or the inner depths of the long-shuttered Union Station in Gary, Indiana. On a recent visit to Massachusetts, I happened to encounter the old railroad depot...

One more trip on Denver’s Light Rail 1

One more trip on Denver’s Light Rail Trains Photos

Since I am a bit under the weather this week, I figured that I would post some photos I’ve had lying around since last September, and my impromptu visit to Denver. I’ve already posted two sets of photos from Denver’s light rail (see Part 1, Part 2), and this is...

One more Warren & Wetmore station – Mount Vernon West 4

One more Warren & Wetmore station – Mount Vernon West History Photos

On the final day of 2013 – Grand Central’s centennial year – there’s one more station that I’d like to take a visit to. Several years ago, when we visited during our Tuesday Tour, we saw only part of the station, the tunnels and the platform. But beyond the current...

Visions of the Apocalypse – Gary Union Station 8

Visions of the Apocalypse – Gary Union Station History Photos

Imagine a post apocalyptic world devoid of humans. Plants grow wild and unchecked, predatory animals reassert their dominance at the top of the food chain, and the landscape begins to change as man-made structures crumble. For some reason, this scenario captures the interest of many, and has been publicized in...

Tuesday Tour of the New Haven Line: Riverside 1

Tuesday Tour of the New Haven Line: Riverside Trains Photos Tuesday Tours

  Riverside station in 1954 In-between the stations of Cos Cob and Old Greenwich on the New Haven main line, lies the station of Riverside. A journey to Grand Central, approximately 30 miles, takes around an hour. Four tracks run through Riverside, and two platforms run alongside the two outer...