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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

"Savannah to Atlanta"-Old Diesel Electric Engine

Located in the Roundhouse Railroad Museum in historic Savannah, Georgia, this Savannah to Atlanta diesel electric engine is part of a collection of railroad engines, cars and other railway memorabilia housed in what is believed to be the largest Antebellum railroad repair facility still in existence in the world. Recognized as part of a National Historic Landmark District,  the Roundhouse Railroad Museum offers scheduled tours and train rides and is an educational and fun way to pass a few hours with children.Source.

This image was shot with a Leica d-lux-5, post processed with CS5, two textures used, and cross processed using Nik Efex Pro 3.0.


Kay Heritage said...

What a great shot of that train! Love the rich dark blue texture. :)

Gale Wall said...

This Georgia girl is going home to Columbus to visit next month. And in the fall we're taking vacation in Savannah! I think we'll stop in and see this!

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