Going Off the Rails from Around the World

A collection of rails from around the world.

Standing on the tracks of train ‘to the clouds’ in Argentina. standing on the tracks of train to the cloudsTV screen showing both sides of the tracks in Bangkok’s sky train, Thailand.  Rail TV screen showing both sides of the tracks in Bangkok's sky train, ThailandThe steam train to Mount Snowdon in Wales. The steam train to Mount Snowdon in WalesLooking out the train window on our way to the Kroller Muller Modern Art Museum near Utrecht, Holland. Looking out the train window on our way to the Kroller Muller Modern Art Museum near Utrecht, HollandThe train station in Bundi, India. Bundi train station (India)Taking the Renfe train from Toledo to Madrid. Taking the Renfe train from Toledo to MadridLooking down from the Funicular train at the tracks and station in Penang, Malaysia. Shot looking at the Funicular train going down the tracks at Penang, MalaysiaRailway to the Peak of Hong Kong. Railway to the Peak of Hong KongA red train with graffiti looking out my window in Copenhagen, Denmark.A red train with graffiti looking out my window in Copenhagen, DenmarkThe rails leading to the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland. All Roads Lead to the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin IrelandThe railway station at Morecambe in England’s Lake District. The railway station at Morecambe in England's Lake DistrictRailroad yard near Vancouver’s port, Canada. Railroad yard near Vancouver's port, CanadaDad’s painting of a train trip through the wilds of Ontario in the winter of 1949. Dad's painting of a train trip through the wilds of Ontario, 1949

More of the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Rails.

2 responses to “Going Off the Rails from Around the World

  1. Wow – you are so well travelled! Excellent rails for the photo challenge. I hope you enjoyed it and will be tempted to join in again.
    I have been on a few of the same rails as you – Hong Kong, Denmark, and Utrecht. I should have added the video from a post I did (on a funicular in Poland) on the Rails post. It is here if you wish to take a peak: https://forestwoodfolkart.wordpress.com/2019/03/16/a-little-polish-never-goes-astray/
    You might have even been there yourself too, perhaps?

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