>It’s all in the perspective of the one holding the camera

>Along the road and along the track, Chuck (Husband) and I pointed our cameras in different directions. We did this not just because he sat in the forward-facing seat and I faced the back in our little roomette, but because we look out on the world in different ways.


I took this picture showing Chuck taking a picture of another train. In Chuck’s photo, you see the train he was watching. Hey, wait a minute — that train is on the same track as ours!


The last three may look the same, but they’re not. Two are by night — one with flash, one without. The bottom shot was taken by day. When he took the night shots, I was asleep in the top bunk of our roomette.


Chuck took a picture of this rare caboose still in use and hooked up to a freight train. I took a picture of the caboose that was turned into a cottage.

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