First off it has been raining for 3 weeks straight, and today was the first day it stopped raining. The forecast called for mixed sun and cloud, so I planned on doing some shooting the night before. Unfortunately, I think I saw a ray or 2 poke out somewhere..... but I figured I would just scope out some opportunities for a later re-shoot, clinging to the hope that the day wasn't a total write off. So most of the pics are the best I could do, with poor lighting conditions. Mainly I'm just wondering if these are worth re-shooting once the weather does turn good. Subject wise, angles, dof etc. I know the skies really blow chunks. Honest opinions please. I walked along the rails for 10 mins to get this. The bridge is on a private road with a security gate, I believe this goes to an Esso refinery. I couldn't get a good shot from the other side. The same bridge different vantage point. Tighter crop. Different location, a bunch of gondalas. There is a sulpher plant near here, so they probably will contain/do contain sulpher. While I was shooting the cars above this train came along. It was moving faster then I thought, so I didn't have much time to change my settings. I would have liked to go a faster shutter speed, but I was allready going with the lowest aperture, to get the highest shutter speed. In hindsight I should have turned up the ISO, oh well. Better luck next time. A dirty run down chemical plant, with a dirty run down hopper car. Another angle.