#4426: Chaos at the RR switching yard! by Radar_rad-dude ()
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Image Comments (23)
Davidvantol () 10:13PM | Tue, 19 October 2021
Oh i wouldnt wanna be the guy in the blue truck : ) Great scene !!
Richardphotos () 11:07PM | Tue, 19 October 2021
wonderful composition and use of props. the police here hides at a power station to catch people driving around the warning arms
Wolfenshire () 12:30AM | Wed, 20 October 2021
That could end up a very bad situation, and yet people ignore the gates all the time.
Koala44 () Online Now! 4:21AM | Wed, 20 October 2021
Nice, and why not a race between these three trains.Today there is one that will arrive on time. LOL
STEVIEUKWONDER () Online Now! 5:51AM | Wed, 20 October 2021
Noticing one of the barriers is missing, hence the bottleneck at that point in the road,railtrack. They're certainly very imposing Bill. Excellent work Sir!
JohnnyM () 6:44AM | Wed, 20 October 2021
Ignore the warnings at your own peril...should probably be a sign on the gate prior to crossing! This could have ended badly! Excellent work in setting up this awesome scene! :-)
daggerwilldo () 12:14AM | Thu, 21 October 2021
Yikes this is a traffic jam of epic proportion. There is going to be a lot of repair work on the books for next week i think.
RodS () 7:33PM | Thu, 21 October 2021
Oh, my.... In a right-of-way argument, the train usually comes out on top....😉
Great job on this scene, Bill! Hope everyone gets home in one piece! LOL
ikke.evc () 5:47AM | Sat, 23 October 2021
They can't do anything that a wash can't fix on the train.
anahata.c () 1:36AM | Sun, 31 October 2021
you have such a unique vision...you use objects and settings that we all recognize, but you put them together in an almost surreal-dream way. They're comfortable yet so unchartered, so strangely new. I love those 3 huge trains, so realistic, and the 3 vehicles. But the way they all come together is a great twist, and a moment that can't be too common. I love that you have those two men in similar poses, directing these mega-beast train engines (and cars). And the front vehicle is an old, beautiful jalopy-truck (great color)---something from another age. With a quiet bucolic background. I love this. It seems so 'normal' at first, but then it becomes really wild and playful and from another world. Terrific.