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Found en route to Cornwall, via Wyoming

The strap-line reads, “Hauntingly beautiful images of ‘lost’ US railways”. I clicked the link to discover some were more hauntingly beautiful than others. I’m no expert, but can a railway actually be lost? Unless it departs from Platform 9¾ of course.

My favourites, purely for aesthetic reasons, are Park Avenue Tunnel Cut, New York City, and Clearing Storm, Medicine Bow, Wyoming. Have a gander. Let me know if we’re on the same wavelength.
Actually, speaking of Wyoming, a Facebook friend and I were exchanging views about lorry driving. I did it for nine years, delivering beer, wines and spirits all over Cornwall. He (FB friend) suggested that driving a truck in America would be most fun, and he illustrated his point with this little scenario: “Trundling all day across Wyoming and then stopping in some truckstop and playing pool and drinking Bud.” He later revealed that he had once spent an entire day crossing that western U.S. state, in a bus. I’d have preferred the bus over a truck an…

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