Year Two In Review

A bit delayed, but yes, The Walker Express has been live for two years!  Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane, shall we?

In January, I shot the late 6444 at Liverpool.


And one of the last un-rebuilt VIA engines at Oriole.


I travelled to New York via Amtrak, catching a number of interesting sights along the way.


In New York, we took in the High Line…



And on the way home, saw things in a different light.



I celebrated 100 posts with a new place to shoot…


And caught a slow-moving tiger by the tail on the Havelock sub


I shot a special train (regardless of what those on CanPassRail might say).


And I said good bye to a friend.


I could go on and on, about the train shows, the Quick Ones, the Level Crossings.  I’m so glad to have been able to share these experiences with all those who read and enjoy my adventures with trains.  I was blessed this year with the birth of my daughter Audrey and felt the loss of my grandmother, the last of my grandparents to pass away.  It’s been a ride this year, certainly more varied and unexpected than my first.  I’m very much looking forward to the future, to all the experiences I hope to have myself and those I hope to share with my daughter.  Thanks for reading!

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2 Responses to Year Two In Review

  1. Eric Gagnon says:

    I’d say that was a pretty darn good year, Adam. A nice smattering of subjects. Much variety to be found trackside.

    Thanks for capturing it and sharing it with your readers. What will Year Three hold for the Walker Express?


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