Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Still snowed in

Driving around the industrial northeastern part of Eagan in February, I found this cargo train hugged by snowbanks.

14 comments:

  1. We had a few flakes fall overnight but tis all gone now.

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  2. Love trains. I live near the Canadian National line that travels between Toronto and the Pacific Ocean.

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  3. I was born when a train went by our house. Lived with the same train in the morning, going up to Greenville, Ohio, and in the afternoon, going back to Dayton, Ohio. I liked that they rattled the dishes in mom's cupboard.

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  4. I love trains too! There are train tracks running behind my neighborhood and I always enjoy hearing the train whistle at night.

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  5. "Hugged by snowbanks"-- what a cute, cozy way of putting it!

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  6. Du Philosopher...hugged by snowbanks.
    Herzliche Grüsse;)

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  7. There might be 'spring' inside.

    Please have a good Thursday you all.

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  8. A very nice photograph. It looks like the train has taken the stop sign as a demand.

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  9. Good the train did stop there and not 10 meters to the left!

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  10. The snow lasts long in your country...
    And the train seems to be rusty !
    But beautiful is the daylight.

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  11. Just to update you .... it is snowing here at the moment.
    Looks like you have a very looooooong winter.

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  12. Yea, what a bummer....check my blog today for a real surprise!!

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  13. 'Hugged by snowbanks' - I like this! :-)

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