In keeping with recent efforts to show a variety of “mobile” windows, this week we reach once again into the archives. Back in 2014 I visited the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth, Georgia, with a group of photographers.
As you well know, old railroad stuff draws photographers like honey draws flies.
So here are some railroad windows.
Of course, I also had to be a bit creative with a couple of nostalgic, black-and-white photos.
This is the two-hundredth post here at Monday Window. There have actually been a lot more posts than this as I posted my early Monday Window contributions on two other blogs. This blog came about because back when I started this challenge, WordPress would not list posts from self-hosted sites in the WordPress Reader. That is how this blog came about, as a workaround to a little annoying problem.
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