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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Pacific Southwest photo a day. (Viewed 275717 times)
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< Reply # 1480 on 5/23/2013 9:42 PM >
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Guess since I am having a much needed UrbEx weekend, and decided to check the forums, I should share a photo of the day. My close personal friends off here who are on FB with me know what I have been up to lol.




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Your weekend was blurry?




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Your weekend was blurry?


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Looks like a theater to me! My weekends tend to look uncannily similar.... What light control is that on the computer?

Though this past weekend looked more like this....



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Nice one STC.

Part of the old Tamales railway. There's a wonderfully sketchy train tunnel and old prohibition era mobster compound up the river as well. They would run booze down the river, out Tamales bay and on to San Francisco's speakeasy's and illegal bars. Just an odd and interesting area left in time.











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Part of the old Tamales railway. There's a wonderfully sketchy train tunnel and old prohibition era mobster compound up the river as well. They would run booze down the river, out Tamales bay and on to San Francisco's speakeasy's and illegal bars. Just an odd and interesting area left in time.


NPC and NSR Old #12, "Sonoma" ran across that estuary. It's restored and on static display in Sacramento now.



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NPC and NSR Old #12, "Sonoma" ran across that estuary. It's restored and on static display in Sacramento now.


Wow, that engine is absolutely beautiful.






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Nice one MC. Reminds me of a hamster tube only not so much fun for hamsters.





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Not only is that train awesome, the building is sweet.......

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NPC and NSR Old #12, "Sonoma" ran across that estuary. It's restored and on static display in Sacramento now.



Interesting.... I was just there yesterday. I'll dig through my pics and see if anything turned out worth posting. No tripods they say...




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