The right of way down by the tracks are starting to light up with Fall colors.
We spent the better part of an hour here before being escorted from the railroads property....by police.
There was some other commotion going on behind the train in this image....the next place the officer said he was going.
I've spent many hours on the tracks....never had the experience we had yesterday...some things just make you go hummmmm.
At least they didn't confiscate the card in the camera, got a few good images.....what do you think of this?
Thanks for all your wonderful comments on the Beautiful Bridge image yesterday.....it was like finding a needle in a haystack when I found that view next to the stream.
I try to comment on all the days images....sorry if I miss yours occasionally......your images make me better!
Thanks John for the insight from your Country, I think we were in the wrong place at the wrong time. An event was happening behind the trail just off the tracks, the officer was a great guy and a great friend of mine has a son on the force so our Police are mindful people have cameras and video at their fingertips. None the less this is a busy railroad and they are working, in fact we had three past us in an hour and a lot of switching as we are at the head of a urban industrial yard or dump and a crew switch point area .....their nervous too, and you have a large lens on that camera. Omaha Nebraska is the railroad town of America, headquarters of the Union Pacific Railroad, they make our economy resilient to sharp fluctuations and take our agri- business related products to markets around the world, safely and efficiently day after day.
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