Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Train trestle in the midst of town

13 comments:

Jack said...

A pretty scene, Jacob. I kind of miss the palmettos.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

It is a good thing that there is no graffiti on this railroad bridge, like there are on so many others in some places.

Small City Scenes said...

A pretty shot. I said 'Twain Twestle' when I first read the title. MB

EG Wow said...

Except for the palm leaves, this bridge could be here.

Did you send those 90°+ temperatures to Ontario? Tomorrow it's supposed to be close to 100°!

Lois said...

We have a similar one here too, but I can't seem to get close enough to it to get a good picture without getting run over.

cieldequimper said...

The midst of town? Really?

Jarart said...

It makes a nice picture. Good to see you back!

About the Black Canyon Highway, the paved road that you remember was the precursor to Interstate 17, which is still called the Black Canyon Freeway. The road in my picture that goes through Old Cordes was before that. At that time the only paved road from Prescott to Phoenix was state route 89 through Yarnell. Olden days.

Kate said...

These old trestles remain very picturesque in areas like this.

Amin said...

Hello! Beautiful photo!

youth_in_asia said...

I love the color and the blue hue of the road. Nice shot.

Halcyon said...

Are you back? Did you travel by train? ;)

Randy said...

Looks like a great road to explore. Nice shot and HEY, a palm tree!

Cezar and Léia said...

A different kind of or concept of bridge!Great shot!
Léia

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