Coal Train Over The Susquehanna River – Who doesn’t like watching trains? Ok, I know some may not.  Perhaps I have thing for trains.  But if you think about them, the shear size of them, they can be over 1 mile long. Not only that, but at one time if a town was going to grow – it had to have a rail stop.  The railroad pretty much made or broke towns when it came through. 

While up in the Harrisburg Pennsylvania area, I received this image of a train making its way across the Susquehanna River. I like how the cars go off into the distance on both sides along with the arches of the rail bridge. 

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Coal Train Over The Susquehanna River

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