There's a short-run tourist train down here at the shore. Some restored trains that run a ten-mile line or so. Strictly tourism. They don't really go anywhere. So I stopped to shoot some of the old trains that don't run. One of the active trains was sitting on a live track and a couple of Engineers were sitting around. I walked up and asked one of them if there was someone I could talk to about shooting inside some of the old trains (they're covered in graffiti and the windows are broken out). The guy looked at me all serious. "We don't allow people to shoot in the trains," he said with a bit of an attitude. "This is a working railroad." I stared at him for a second then started to chuckle. "No," I answered, "This is a tourist attraction. And none of those trains over there are 'working'." Give me a break. I imagine he lives in a shack behind the tracks and chases trains on his days off. Anyway, here are some shots I took before running into the 'station agent'. I also posted some color shots for you color hounds like LaPhoto even though I far prefer the b&w. Tell me what you think.