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Lazy J Bar C

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Railroad Bridge


Union Pacific Railroad bridge spanning the San Pedro River in Benson, AZ. Edited with Pixlr Express.
Linking up with Tones On TuesdayWordless Wednesday and Black And White Wednesday.

18 comments:

Dianna said...

Interesting bridge - is it still in use?

Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my son's "silly" cat picture today!

Alica said...

Now that looks like an old bridge! I like the black and white.

Candy C. said...

Dianna,
Yes, it is part of the main line between Tucson and El Paso! :)

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

A beautiful nod to this Great Countries Past...
the age of industry.

thanks for showing it, Pat

TexWisGirl said...

really pretty! love this processing, too!

Marigold said...

Great effect! Almost looks stormy.

Tanya said...

super!!

Kateri said...

I love old bridges, they have so much character! This one is a beauty!

SweetLand Farm said...

Nice pic to have in black and white! I like it!

Robyn said...

I like this picture, Candy! The B&W makes it even better.

Faye said...

This photo reminds me of childhood and living by the C&O railroad tracks. My cousin and I got into trouble for playing on the train trestle.

Rita said...

Great old bridge. My BIL works for Union Pacific and so many of these old bridges are now just a parking lot for unused railcars.

Nice to see this one is still in use.

Marie said...

The stories that RR bridge could tell! Nice B&W shot!

Linda said...

A railroad bridge - how perfect! As a retired RR family, we are always interested in anything to do with trains! This is a great shot - thanks for joining WW!

Buttons said...

Oh I love this there is something about old railway bridges that get my imagination going. Oh the stories I could tell:) Awesome shot.B

edenhills said...

That is a great old railroad bridge, and I love that you've done it in black and white.

Evelyn S. said...

This is so great in black and white! I need to try some B&W some day!

Elizabeth Edwards said...

lovely bridge. they just don't make them like they use to, huh? i love the black & white. (: