03 February 2010

Train Spotting

My friend Linda from Linda from "Are we there yet" http://mouseski.blogspot.com/ likes trains too. Last time I posted photos of the tracks, she asked for the train so here you go.

Do turn on the sound for this one, it is half the fun.

I know, Christmas is over for this year, but it is still my favorite train. This one is on display every year at the Charleston Hotel in downtown Charleston SC. Well worth the trip. It is surrounded by a huge double southern staircase so you can see it from all angles. You can kill the sound for this one.

Bye for now!



  1. I love the pictures and that video with the train horn is fantastic - I love the way it was echoing back at you, very cool!

    Thank you very much!!

  2. love it. we had a train that ran by our house growing up...i would hear it in the middle of the night. i missed it when i moved away.

  3. I bet we could have fun with one of the small ones!

  4. Cute post! Love the little videos.

  5. I love trains! You are so speaking my language with this one.;) I am terrified of planes, so I take trains everywhere. Europe train system is excellent and well working.;)
    Great clips.;)
    I so enjoyed this post.;)

  6. I love the one from the Charleston hotel. Such fun.

  7. I love your pics here. I taken train rides before but found them to be not so nice. But someday I would love to take a trip on those luxury trains. Great post!! :)
    The Bach

  8. I would love to take a train ride on a luxury liner some day! :)
    The Bach

  9. WOW... you've been to Blenheim Palace? That's too cool! :) I just found the picture online but did read that is where Winston Churchill was born. Very interesting. Have a nice weekend and stay warm! The Bach


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