Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Views from the Train




A few scenes from the Train to Dallas.....
you see such different sights on the train...
when your in the car...
you see cars...and more cars...
and can't always enjoy what is arround you...

10 comments:

Susie said...

Nice to let someone else do the driving for you.

Becca's Dirt said...

YOu are so right. I need to plan a train trip. Sounds like fun. Thanks for the idea. Love the photos especially the scene of the city.

Debbie said...

Not long after the train was running, my kids and I took the train from one end to the other. We enjoyed all the scenery. Love stopping at the Farmers Market! Good pics, Deb.

nanny said...

Great means of transportation....some days when I am visiting my daughter she takes the train and leaves me her car...very handy since it stops at her work.

Cynthia @An Accomplished Woman said...

Oh I need a train ride... what pretty pictures.

By the way, I love your grandbaby pictures.

Cynthia

Dawn said...

Oh I would like to train ride.
This looks all so different compared to what I see!
Thanks for sharing these:)

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Love it, that you can take the train!

I haven't done that in years! A "million years"! Back in college, I took the train down the river to across from West Point. Took a ferry over to the Point, for weekends with a Cadet. :-)

Mmmm, not "WITH" totally. Many strict rules enforced there, and girls had rooms in the Hotel Thayer. Just straightening that out. :-) The 50's, ya' know!

Other times, a bunch of girls from my college, got driven down.

Remember, this was back in the 50's and every kid did not have their own car, way back then. :-)

Memories...

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

It is fun to leave the Dallas traffic to someone else! =)

Tara said...

good pics! would love to ride a train someday. think i will add that to my bucket list.
hugs,
tara

Mumsy said...

Nice pictures! I wish I had been on a train when I went there to visit family. You are right about seeing cars, cars, cars when you are in a car. The traffic is terrible there. What I saw of Dallas though was pretty. Hugs