History through Photos


{Photos made with Fujifilm x_T100 with 35mm f2 lens}

The combination of U.S. interstate highways and growth of air travel mostly eliminated passenger train travel, and significantly reduced the amount of freight hauled by rail. However, that mode of transportation is still functioning reasonably well. Historical evidence of those flourishing days of rail are also around, such as this abandoned freight depot in Eden, NC.





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