Old Train Station Luggage May 17, 2012May 17, 2012 / Brooke I was walking along the rail station tracks that has been turned into a walking/biking path and as I passed the Old Train Station there was a display of old luggage. If only they could talk, what stories would they tell? Prohdr, snapseed. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Great Shot, love the vintage luggage!
Absolutely love this shot. Great details, composition, and color. Where was this taken.
Thank you so much Paul. This was taken in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire is a beautiful state. I did some work in Portsmouth for a year or so. Fantastic place.
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Very cool shot! You echo my thoughts exactly when I view these: what stories they could tell. About 3 days before you posted this, I did a photo post on, guess what… vintage suitcases! I put a link to your post on the page just now – drop by and say hello if you like, and check out some of the other links there, too: lots of cool repurposing ideas for these beasts. 🙂
Thank you very much!
I love this – it’s very old fashioned travel, with a modern twist of wonderful colour! 😀
Thank you! 🙂
The network of railways in Plymouth, Devon, England, was developed by companies affiliated to two competing railways, the Great Western Railway and the London and South Western Railway. At their height two main lines and three branch lines served 28 stations in the Plymouth area, but today just six stations remain in use. The first uses of railway in the area were wooden rails used during the construction of docks facilities. ..
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Hi, I am self-publishing a music CD (tango, title: “Exiliation”), and would like to use your luggage picture for the cover. Is it common creative, so could we use it trough mentioning the author copyright? you can email me on email@example.com THANKS !!
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