Discussion in 'The Real Thing- North America' started by jon-monon, Apr 11, 2004.
Found this rascal by a large grain elivator in Brookston, IN
All were taken on the fly, at 55 MPH so they are not perfect.
:cry: :cry: :cry: Now for the tear jerkers :cry: :cry: :cry:
These can be found at "Caboose Lake" I65 and SR 24 Between Remmington and Wolcott, IN.
:cry: :cry: :cry: Her prognosis is no better :cry: :cry: :cry:
Well at least the gaping holes and missing windows allow better interior photos.
Oh the stories she could tell...
I don't think this was on display, but perhaps it should be
That is a hard working Critter jon.
You did stop to take the caboose pics ?? tell us you did
Great shots matey!!!
Jon first of all some nice pics but if you have that much time on your hands to put ghost effects in all your shots youll have to come out to help me on my layout instead. In the last photo WHAT IS IT?
Yup, they are in a fairly new RV park around an interstate highwat dig pond (they made these small lakes along the highways to partially compensate farmers and to get fill for overpasses).
We stopped by the office to obtain permission, and no one was home, so we proceded without caution. Upon leaving, we were greeted by a gal on a golf cart with her arms crossed and a look that could kill. We didn't stop, and I assume we are not welcome back
No special effects added, but this time I have an explaination of the spookieness; the windows were filthy dirty and it was sunny outside, dark in.
Some sorta excavator. They only have power, water and gravel down for about 1/3 of the lots.
There are two more cabeese nearby, both in much better shape. One is on private property, viewable from the interstate, about 1/2 mi North of this lake. The other in Monon, restored and painted in Monon dress. You can climb on it. Visit all four in about an hour.
You said you shot all those on the fly at 55 mph???????? Those interior shots musta torn up your car real bad! Nice pics Jon, love the last one!!!!! :thumb:
hehehe just the critter Ty
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