A few years ago, my parents lived in Virginia, near Washington DC.  Rather than make the drive alone, I took the sleeper car from Savannah to Union Station in DC when I visited for Christmas.  I didn’t sleep very well and was up early in the morning.  So I snapped a few pictures of the towns we passed through.
I was interesting to see a town center or a crossing from other side.  It was like looking in a 2-way mirror.  These were the buildings and storefronts that serve (or served) a purpose when train travel (and shipping) was king.  Now, many of these are warehouses, or empty.  Rusting, dilapidated and nearly forgotten.  All captured from the window of a moving train.

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