WAITING FOR THE EVENING TRAIN
There was a time, about a century ago, when trains were the primary form of transportation between cities. Roads were slow and most people couldn’t afford a car, so an intricate network of steel rails knitted together the nation. This village in West Virginia still sees the freight trains rumbling through, but the sense of community that passenger rail encouraged is long gone. This photograph is a reminder of a long ago time and place that could have been anywhere, USA.
LIMITED EDITION: This photographic print is part of a limited edition produced by photographer Lee Rentz. The edition consists of 250 prints, which includes all sizes and methods of printing.
Author: Lee H. Rentz
© 2007 Lee H. Rentz, All Rights Reserved
Photo size: 1.5 Mpixels (4.29 MB uncompressed) - 1499x1000 pixels (4.9x3.3 in / 12.7x8.5 cm at 300 ppi)
Published in: AMERICAN HEARTLAND