Posted by on June 10, 2007 
Very cool location on that shot - perfectly timed too. Well done.
Posted by BNSF SAMMY on June 10, 2007 
Nice composition.
Posted by Joseph LeMay on June 10, 2007 
Great photo! What tight confines!
Posted by Scott McClarrinon on June 10, 2007 
What a fascinating view of railroading here... all the architecture!
Posted by chris davis on June 11, 2007 
Terrific location and composition. Never would have thought this was in the US. Chris, UK.
Posted by Eu-Jin Ooi on June 11, 2007 
Neat location.
Posted by Doug Wolfe on June 11, 2007 
I've been in this area of St. Louis several times. Great idea on your part Warren for a photo! Congrats on this cool shot.
Posted by Bob Avery on June 11, 2007 
Fascinating shot. Weird that I've never seen it photographed before. Full of interest.
Posted by Warren on June 11, 2007 
Thanks for all the kind comments. I am glad that people enjoyed seeing it. My mission was to do something other than the standard wedgie.
Posted by on June 14, 2007 
Very neat to see the train so close to the local architecture! Cool shot, I nominated it!
Posted by Tom P. on June 18, 2007 
I was just wondering, was the original structure altered to allow the trains to go thru? It looks like there use to be an arch there at one time.
Posted by John West on June 19, 2007 
A very interesting picture. Glad it got a PCA award or I would have missed it.
Posted by on December 20, 2011 
That is way way cool.
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