Posted by Chase Gunnoe on August 16, 2010 
Glad you posted it! What a different perspective. I like it.
Posted by Doyle Massey on August 16, 2010 
While waiting for a train there on Saturday morning, I wondered what the view would look like from up top. Looks good, nicely done.
Posted by Matthew Hicks on August 16, 2010 
I like the inclusion of the tarpaper roof, it really sets this photo apart from the many other screener's choice awarded photos over the years.
Posted by Michael Harding on August 16, 2010 
Great job, love the different perspective on this scene!
Posted by on August 16, 2010 
A neat angle and different perspective on a well shot stretch of rail and road. I've wanted to do this in Augusta, but never have made the phone calls to the right people!
Posted by Robert L. Sartain on August 16, 2010 
Great pic -- thank you! The hotel across the street must be a great spot for railfans, too.
Posted by Steven M. Welch on August 17, 2010 
Very nice composition, Andrew, well done dude.
Posted by Darrin W Smith on August 22, 2010 
What is real interesting is that there is not a person in sight. As busy as that looks with the train and all the cars, not to mention the buildings, not one person is visible as far as I can tell.
Posted by on October 11, 2010 
This is probably the best LaGrange shot I've seen. Excellent, Andrew! I've loved this place from the first time I noticed it (viewed from an open Dutch door on the southbound L&N Pan-American in 1962).
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